"Well...This could be a mistake, but what the hell."
David Merkur went on Match.com and did what any organized, purposed, finance-working nerd-man looking for true love would do: He took notes.
Using an excel sheet he listed the 12 women he was seeing and graded them with scores in accordance to looks, adding annotations about their personality.
He also included special anecdotes about how the date went, what kind of chemistry was expressed between the two of them and more.
What do we know about Davis Merkur from this?
1. He makes money cuz dating 12 chicks ain't cheap.
2. He's organized. Organized as hell. Probably a neat freak.
3. He's diligent about getting what he wants. Keeping track of and taking notes on 12 chicks cuts DEEP into your videogame time.
4. He's trusting. He let one of his dates have the spreadsheet because he, maybe, wanted her to know he was genuine. He's still a dumbass for sending it though.
ABC News interviewed the girl he rated as a 9.5, looks-wise, on the list and, surprisingly, she's still friends with him and is thinking about bringing legal action against...