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?
He told Buzzfeed he'd been chatting up a girl earlier in the semester and when he asked her out, “She asked if I had a dating résumé that she could look at, and when I said no (like any normal person would) she told me no." So he decided to make something funny in case that ever happened again. Though he didn't get asked to go to the formal (a major misstep, in our opinion), his resume hit Twitter not long after he posted it.
Do you like someone tall with a good sense of humor? You want to find a place you can work your way up in and then get a gold watch at the end of 30 years.
Or perhaps you are more focused on finding a good dancer with curly hair? Or maybe you want to find a troubled company to fix for a couple of years and then move on to the next challenge. In the first case, you would work in “stable and growth-oriented” and in the second you would emphasize that “working with companies in transition” is where you shine.
And while it certainly seems like a bizarre expectation, Joey had the opportunity to put his new résumé to good use when a fellow MSU student placed an ad on Facebook looking for someone to be her roommate's formal date.
Ashley Harrington explained that her friend has been busy studying for the MCAT, noting: 'She's not weird, she just lives in the library.' Joey's friend tagged him in the post, and he responded by posting an image of his full dating résumé.'I have been waiting for this moment,' he wrote.
The energetic start up would probably connect to that tone. Not so much.) Do you want to get married, have kids, and celebrate your golden anniversary with the person who responds to your online dating profile?'I don't know this kid, but I'd like to shake his hand,' Matthew Sinnaeve wrote, while someone named Zach added: 'Twitter provides us with so many legendary things.It's truly amazing.' Joey told Buzzfeed about the origin of his dating résumé, explaining that he started making small talk with this 'absolutely gorgeous girl' in the beginning of the semester and eventually he worked up the courage to ask her on a date.Someone in his class was helping their roommate find a date to a formal, and Adams realized this was his chance.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").