She’s getting down to business.
A woman has gone viral with her highly organized dating strategy — creating an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of her love interests with detailed notes and photos of them.
A TikTok user named Emily, who goes by @crumbletumble00, shared her Dating Tracker, as she calls it. It’s a detailed document, starting with a slate of checkable boxes listing classifications from “New to the mix,” “It’s over,” all the way to “WE MADE IT!”
The spreadsheet also includes notes and stats for each guy, including name, “insider nickname,” phone number, a photo, age and profession.
In a post, the TikTok user asks herself “How do you keep track of all the men you are talking to Emily?” and then shows viewers a massive spreadsheet on her computer.
The relationship-seeking single mines for info on her potential suitors and potential red flags, like, say, if their religion does not align with her own beliefs. She also lists whether or not a guy has a car, if he likes dogs – brownie points if he wants one – and if he has allergies, playfully noting: “don’t want to kill the guy.”
A red tab is used to keep track of her “No’s” — all of the fellows she’s totally rejected — while an orange tab keeps track of those that are “Just Friends.”
If she and a potential match have a great conversation, she’ll decide to meet up in real life. Then, after the date, she’ll document how it went with detailed notes on where the date took place and what she liked or didn’t like.
The video is striking a chord, raking in more than 2 million views.
“My 61-year-old best friend did this 30+ years ago and was dating 10 men at one point,” one user commented. “Such a queen.”