Banker’s ‘online dating spreadsheet’ goes viral after he sends it to his date
Дата публикации: 27.11.2021

Banker’s ‘online dating spreadsheet’ goes viral after he sends it to his date


By Chris Irvine. He also ranked her 9. During the process of the date, he told Arielle about his unique system for keeping track of his dozen dates and promised to forward the Excel spreadsheet to her — it helped that she was top of the list. The spreadsheet entries included profile picture, age, “initial notes”, and kept track of message communications.

One girl, Marisa, 25, did not fare as well as Arielle, as he wrote: “OK girl, but very jappy ; one and done for me”.

David Merkur, a year-old investment banker from New York, used the Microsoft Excel tool to record details of his date’s characteristics as.

Amazon shoppers swear by this affordable way to reduce signs of aging on your neck and decollete area. Spreadsheets: they’re not just for budgets anymore! David Merkur has a rather clinical way of keeping track of the women he meets on online dating site, Match. The year-old investment banker compiles photos, contact information and progress reports about the women he is seeing into a spreadsheet.

Potential ladyfriends were colour-coded, broken down into “monitor closely” and “monitor casually”. Merkur also included an out-of appearance assessment of each woman. Related: Dutch ‘sperm donor’ has fathered 87 children the natural way. According to ABC News , she promptly forwarded it to friends with the note: “I went on a date with this guy last Wednesday.

On the date, he tells me that he has a spreadsheet for tracking all of the people from Match.