He commented on the post with an enthusiastic "I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MOMENT," and added his dating résumé. It's similar to a professional résumé, in that he lays out his education and career info—he's a lubricants consultant, which he is careful to explain is "not a euphemism." He lists his skills (crying during , replying to long texts) and some "moderately interesting" personal factoids ("has never lost a Snapchat streak," "makes great small talk with parents").He even gives a detailed breakdown of how he spends his time ("academic grind," "Facetiming with my mom"). Why on earth did Adams have such a well-designed resume ready to go in this particular moment?
Using an online template, he whipped this up in a few hours and never got to show it to her. And so when it came up again, he unleashed his magnum opus summary of qualifications, delving into the details of what makes him a great catch.
tags: blind date, breakup, date, dating, dating resume, fun, humor, life, loss, love, marriage, me, men, musings, my life, online dating, people, plenty of fish, random, random thoughts, relationship, relationships, self help, sex, wedding, women To whom it may concern, My name is Catherine and I am uniquely qualified for the position of X’s girlfriend, soul mate, life partner and future wife.
Enclosed you will find my resume, which details my extensive dating and relationship experience.
Adams wrote on Twitter, “If this is peaking, then I’m 107 percent OK with it.” He plans to intern in San Francisco for Shell Oil Company this summer, to continue his pursuit of chemical engineering.
As for the ladies, he’s still unattached and has no prospects on the horizon.