A University of Minnesota coed created a Powerpoint presentation in attempt to convince her crush to go out with her. It didn’t go well. Lizzy Fenton project was titled, “Why You Should Date Me.” The description reads, “Sick of your family nagging you to get a serious girlfriend? Look no further.” Fenton’s crush has been named as Carter Blochwitz.
Fenton goes on to brag, “I am a tantalizing conversationalist and can hold riveting table talk with your parents. I am well dressed and will look classy at Thanksgiving dinner, family reunions, and other events of the like.” She goes on to mention that due to the many different looks she can pull off, dating her is like dating three different girls.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. Blochwitz’s Reply to the Presentation Was ‘This Is Very Nice. Please Stop Contacting Me’
Blockwitz, Fenton’s crush, apparently replied to her presentation with a very straightforward, “This is very nice. Please contacting me.”
It’s unclear if Fenton will allow this to deter her pursuit of love. Fenton had kept the world updated on her presentation through Twitter. In her bio, Fenton says she’s studying Genetics, Cell Biology and Development at the University of Minnesota. Fenton doesn’t use the social network that much, her last tweet before the presentation tweet was from early March. It read, “Hey boys! Just wanted to remind U that I did NOT give up kissing for lent!”
2. Among the Highlights of the Presentation Is Fenton’s Study of the Growth of Her Breasts
The pitch, which likely see Fenton get hired for any job she desired, contains an analysis of how her “boobs exhibit steady growth over time.” The above graph shows that her boobs have grown from an A cup to a DD in the last four years.
Fenton also says that she is “financially stable” thanks to her parents. The presentation includes references from Channing Tatum, who says Fenton is “way out of his league” and The Times, who praise Fenton’s “dry and aphoristic wit.”
3. On March 30, Blochwitz Called Fenton a ‘Very Fine Lass’
On March 30, Fenton commented on a Facebook photo of Blochwitz saying, “You look like jesse McCartney. You are a very handsome lad.” To which Blochwitz replied, “a compliment from a very fine lass.” While on January 5, Fenton wrote on his page, “Haha hot, you single?” Back in July 2016, she wrote, “You are really hot dm me sometime.” Blockwitz wrote back, “Smh.”
According to Blochwitz’s Facebook page, he is an English language student at the University of Minnesota. He’s from Pardeeville, Wisconsin. Blochwitz says he is in a relationship. He writes as his quote, “I make things sometimes.”
4. The Presentation Has Been Endorsed by Microsoft
Bill Gates’ cronies at Microsoft had sat up and taken notice of Fenton’s efforts. Despite Blochwitz knocking her back, Microsoft tweeted that Fenton is “pretty dang great at PowerPoint.” As the New York Post points out in their report, it’s not known if this is a ruse cooked up by Fenton and Blochwitz, as the pair appear to be friends.
5. Fenton Asked Trump to Go to a Dance With Her in 2015
In one of Fenton’s hilarious tweets, she wrote in December 2015, “Hey @realDonaldTrump will you go to formal with me? I want to get back at my parents by going with a man they’ll hate.” While a message from February 2017 said, “Once upon a time my mom told my high school English teacher during parent/teacher conferences that I thought his son was hot.”
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