Courtship in the digital age isn't easy. One University of Minnesota student, however, took advantage of the applications at her fingertips by creating one jaw-dropping PowerPoint presentation, just to gain her crush's romantic approval.
Really, this presentation by Lizzy Fenton, who's studying genetics and cell biology and development, is everything:
The slides begin with a bang: "Sick of your family nagging you to get a serious girlfriend? Look no further."
Beneath this, Fenton lists bullet points on her redeeming qualities — and, hey, they're pretty great.
"I am a tantalizing conversationalist and can hold riveting table talk with your parents.
I am well dressed and will look classy at Thanksgiving dinner, family reunions, and other events of the like.
I have an edgy yet tasteful sense of humor that will be sure to win the approval of your mother."
And if, by some off chance, her crush is not yet convinced, Fenton authored four more slides: One showcasing her "diverse" hairstyles; the "steady growth" of her chest; her monetary stability; and last but certainly not least, rave critic reviews.
One of those reviews is from America's beloved hunk Channing Tatum: "Wanted to ask her out but she's way out of my league."
What a catch.
Later, the object of Fenton's affection, only known as Carter, responded: "This is very nice. Please stop contacting me." (In an update to the post, Fenton and Carter are reportedly "very good friends.")
Update: pic.twitter.com/be59MGHMRo— Lizzy Fenton (@LizzyFenton) March 30, 2017
You can't win 'em all, we suppose, but Fenton did manage to win over Microsoft Office itself. The company tweeted at Fenton, "You've made a pretty solid case," along with a faux slide that reads: "Pretty dang great at PowerPoint."
No arguments here. And that's only one of Fenton's incredible traits.
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