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MOVE OVER, DATING APPS. 2017 could be the year of the dating resume. If the trend takes off, we can all thank Joey Adams, a 21-year-old junior at Michigan State University.

Today I went on an adventure, but more importantly scheduled a haircut #Shaggy #PureMichigan

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Let's start at the beginning: last week, a girl placed an ad in Joey's class Facebook group looking for someone to be her roommate’s date to the school formal. Joey's friend thought he might be the right choice so he tagged him.

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Turns out, he was ready. Reeeeeeally ready.

"I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MOMENT," he wrote in all-caps, with an embedded photo of his resume. Not his employment resume. His DATING RESUME.

Here it is:

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This is one hell of a resume.
This is one hell of a resume.

Adams' resume includes "skills" like "crying during Marley & Me" and his "objective" which is: "to find a honey with a bitchin' family who enjoys sushi, adventures, & good movies."

This is the classiest, most profesh resume I have ever seen and makes my own resume look like a To Do List written on a napkin. It caught the attention of another MSU student, Simone Campbell, who posted it to Twitter.

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"UNREAL EFFORT BY THIS KID 12/10 RESUME" she wrote.

The tweet has gone viral. But Joey still didn't hear back from the girl who wanted a date to the formal.

Maybe she hates The Office? Or maybe she's allergic to sushi?

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But don't worry, it seems like Joey is going to be okay. Girls are practically lining up for a date.

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And Joey let his admirers know they better act fast if they want to lock him down for that formal.

Okay, Joey, take a seat. You admitted to crying during Marley & Me. Let's not get cocky.

Glad this approach is working for him though. Maybe we all need to delete Tinder, spruce up our resumes and start trolling for dates on LinkedIn.

Sources: Twitter