Mastering the domain of online dating proves to be more difficult than it seems on the surface. For every Bumble match that expires after 24 hours, there’s also a Tinder ‘match’ who decided, “Oops, didn’t mean to match them – have to delete.” But once you start looking at Tinder as a business, that’s when things begin to pay dividends.
Shell, or @shellalexandra on Twitter, came across a guy who did just that. She came across a 33-year-old on Tinder named Brady whose sky is clearly the limit. A graduate of both Seattle University and University of Washington, he now works at Boeing Commercial airlines. With an MBA to his name, Brady probably already has the pick of the litter when it comes to the female demographic in the Pacific Northwest, but his Tinder profile only solidifies that notion.
Apart from repping that he’s debt-free and sang at a Seahawks game, Brady uses PowerPoint slides to demonstrate “Why you should Swipe Right,” in what he calls “A Slideshow for Ants.” Shell, who he matched, tweeted out screenshots of his incredible profile that shows humor, wit, and the business prowess needed to succeed in the cutthroat world of dating.
Guitarist for 10+ years? You know he breaks that out late night and plays “Wonderwall” at parties. Kung fu and regular exercise? Hell yeah, Brady. Pound that chest. Handyman who loves cupcakes? A manly and a soft side. If a list isn’t your style, he also included his hobbies and interests in a pie chart for the visual learners out there.
He closed with a bar chart explaining his fun levels throughout a night on the town where he peaks at 11 p.m. and 2 a.m., something most 33-year-olds wouldn’t dream of. But when business is life, you’re never allowed to turn off the jets. Always being on is a skill to be mastered, and Brady has clearly mastered that skill.
She put it to a vote, and as of this morning, things were looking good for this guy.
Honestly, her only reason for not taking this date would be because she isn’t ready for marriage yet. Everyone knows Brady’s never encountered a deal that he hasn’t closed on. .