Meet Ben, a hot date full of great ideas.https://www.instagram.com/p/BXJeIZgBXL4/?taken-by=velzzbWhen the Londoner was tasked with planning a first date, he went above and beyond and sent his potential paramour a PowerPoint of pitches.https://twitter.com/velzzb/status/892151428978020352 Emphasis on the "power." GiphyAnd Ben has some really awesome ideas, and a great attention to detail.Twitter: velzzbA free museum with an "Alas Poor Fanny"? Sounds like a perfect date to me, claustrophobia notwithstanding.There's more than that came from: Ben has an idea for another arty hotspot, with pros such as good memories of Celine Dion, and junkyard golf if Tom is in a more active mood.Twitter: velzzbNow this Tom fellow was neither arty nor sporty, and completely without a sense of humor (or humoUr in the UK), because the PowerPoint didn't go as planned. He blocked me. — BV (@velzzb) July 31, 2017 I didn't even know you could block people on WhatsApp. — BV (@velzzb) July 31, 2017 For real, what's this dude's problem? I think I dodged a bullet because OBVIOUSLY this is tongue-in-cheek and I don’t want someone who has 0 humour — BV (@velzzb) July 31, 2017 Sir John Soane's Museum—of Option 1 fame—chimed in and said "good riddance."How rude. You've dodged a bullet @velzzb. Anyone not sold on a place they might film Flog It is not worth your ❤️ https://t.co/7Sc7Uj3BQu— Sir John Soane's Museum (@SoaneMuseum) August 1, 2017 Ben is not alone. Others have used Microsoft Office for flirting, and have taken it in much stranger directions. Someone asked me out by PowerPoint once - and ended on an entire Walt Witman poem. pic.twitter.com/1HM2aL6cYv — Ross (@rmcqj) August 1, 2017 this makes me feel a lot less weird — BV (@velzzb) August 1, 2017 You're missing out, Tom.Anyone would be lucky to play crazy golf (not a euphemism) with you.