Guy over-prepares for first date with cute slideshow of ideas. It didn’t go well.

Guy over-prepares for first date with cute slideshow of ideas. It didn’t go well.
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Meet Ben, a hot date full of great ideas.

Before I got merched

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When the Londoner was tasked with planning a first date, he went above and beyond and sent his potential paramour a PowerPoint of pitches.

Guy over-prepares for first date with cute slideshow of ideas. It didn’t go well.
Emphasis on the "power."
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And Ben has some really awesome ideas, and a great attention to detail.

A 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.

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Now 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.

For real, what's this dude's problem?

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Sir John Soane's Museum—of Option 1 fame—chimed in and said "good riddance."

Ben is not alone. Others have used Microsoft Office for flirting, and have taken it in much stranger directions.

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You're missing out, Tom.

Anyone would be lucky to play crazy golf (not a euphemism) with you.

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