Someone took it upon themselves to put together a couple PowerPoints intended to make compelling cases for why a person should let someone else touch their butt and boobs.
This should absolutely be a TED talk.
Talk about a brilliant way to break the ice at a party, and keep guests on their toes. You're bound to get a real feel for how people perform under pressure if you break out this kind of game.
A game by the sounds of it that asks each player to put together a 3-minute Powerpoint presentation on something they're passionate about. We've got a nice little recap below of the woman who ended up winning with her presentation on Shadow the Hedgehog's true moral compass.
This young and brash woman felt the need to toss a guy's meticulously assembled, reasonably creative PowerPoint Tinder profile on Twitter for the wolves to tear at. But instead, she found him ready to face her with shameless wit, which was met with widespread approval and respect from others on Twitter. Tinder requires creativity and he went way beyond. I'd swipe right.
When Ben Velzian was making preparations for a first date, he went so far as to arrange a damn Powerpoint of ideas; and proceeded to get blocked....on Whatsapp (uhhh that's a thing?). The sentiment of putting together a Powerpoint to show how invested you are in first date definitely packs some strong merit, but also, like dude; it was hard enough willing oneself to assemble a Powerpoint when it was required in school. Talk about outdoing yourself. Maybe he put too much effort in there.
In a crazy dating era defined by apps that have blurred the lines between traditional, vaguely uneasy first date etiquette and streamlined hookups with right swipes, super likes, etc...it's rare to see this kind of effort go into pursuing a crush. But alas, color me surprised and genuinely impressed with Lizzy: she put together a Powerpoint that covers everything from her cup size to her financial stability.