Single woman makes brutally honest PowerPoint presentation of her dating fails in 2022 – and it’s been dubbed ‘iconic’ by millions
- A single woman has gone viral after making a PowerPoint presentation for 2022
- Instead of Spotify Wrapped, she did her ‘Dating Wrapped’ of her dating fails
- The woman, Amber, showed pie charts of her dates, and where they went wrong
- The video has been viewed more than 3million times and been dubbed ‘iconic’
A single woman has gone viral after making a PowerPoint presentation sharing her dating fails in 2022.
The US single, called Amber, took inspiration from Spotify‘s popular ‘Spotify Wrapped’ playlist that shows you your favourite songs and artists from the year, and adapted it to dissect her love life.
The result is a TikTok video that has been dubbed ‘iconic’ by millions who have watched it.
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A single woman has gone viral after making a PowerPoint presentation sharing her dating fails in 2022 (Amber pictured with her spreadsheet)
‘Welcome to my 2022 dating wrapped,’ Amber began her video.
‘If there’s one thing I know about me it’s that I love a PowerPoint and apparently a first date because I went on 18 this year.’
Amber then showed a pie chart which showed exactly where she found these men, including Tinder, Hinge, Facebook or ‘in the wild’.
‘I met one in the wild. We kissed in a bar on New Year’s Eve and things really went downhill from there,’ she said, adding that Tinder and Hinge split ‘pretty evenly’ and formed the bulk of the first dates.
Amber also found one person on Facebook dating, which is a digital dating product developed by Facebook.
Following this, Amber revealed how many dates she went on over the course of 2022, with most men only managing one or two and the ‘highest score’ being six dates.
Then, she shared what each date consisted of doing, with drinks (33.3 per cent) and dinner (22.2 per cent) forming the majority.
Other date options included walks (16.7 per cent) and ‘other’ (27.8 per cent).
‘This other category includes smoothies, ice cream, acai bowls and [trips to] Target,’ Amber said.
Finally, Amber said she spent USD$368.36 on dating this year (AUD$545; pictured) and she said she unfortunately thinks she has learned nothing from her experience
The next chart showed that Amber ended some 50 per cent of the relationships, with the men ending 33.3 per cent.
There was a mutual ending of 16.7 per cent of the relationships.
‘I cried over two of these men, which coincidentally is the same number of parking tickets that I got over these men,’ she said.
Finally, Amber said she spent USD$368.36 on dating this year (AUD$545).
‘I wish I had not calculated this number as what could I have done with this money? Literally anything would have been better,’ she said.
She also said she hasn’t learned anything from her experiences.
More than three million people who viewed the clip were quick to applaud the single and label the video and Amber ‘iconic’.
‘This is the kind of social experiment and critical analysis I will be doing in 2023,’ one commenter wrote.
‘This is amazing,’ another added.