College Girl Sends Dudes Comprehensive ‘Exit Survey’ After Getting Ghosted For The Last Time
We’ve all been there, well most of us, not me because I’m such a hot, charming, irresistible guy. But you, you probably have. You go on a date, recite the same spiel you’ve used more than that same checkered shirt, and find yourself interested in the other party. You are overcome with an all-encompassing sensation of pure hope. You picture bringing her home to your parents, riding on an elephant together in Thailand, and raising two beautiful children, Billy and Susan. The bill comes, she doesn’t offer to go halfsies, which whatever, they rarely do.
On the cab home, you text your prospect something generic like “Had such a good time! Plans next week?”
Your mind goes full Sherlock Holmes. Was it something I said? The shirt? Should I have showed her my 3rd grade spelling bee medal? Did she get hit by a bus on the way home. You have to know, but in 90 percent of ghosting cases, you don’t. How do you move on.
Welp, a student from Georgetown University has implemented key performance indicators by way of an exit survey for her ghosters to fill out. Katie Miller, 21, created a Google questionnaire after she was ghosted “yet again” by a guy she was casually dating, New York Post reports.
Check it out below:
“Not every guy has responded, and the ones who have are very nice,” Miller told Insider.
Some of the responses she received to one question — “What could Katie have done to enhance this experience for you?” — included: “Come to some bars with me,” “No biting” and “Give me a shoulder massage.” [via]
Hopefully some lad will take note of Katie’s ingenuity and they will fall in love and have two kids, Billy and Susan.
[h/t New York Post]