At the end of every year, we see Spotify Wrapped everywhere on our social feeds – but wouldn’t it be cool if we could get a play-by-play on other parts of our lives too?
Well, one woman took matters into her own hands to create a presentation entitled ‘dating wrapped’.
The singleton, named Amber, created the PowerPoint showing how many dates she’d been on in the year, how she met them, as well as the overall cost of her dating life.
Some of the meet-cutes included in real life run ins, while the majority were on dating apps such as Hinge and Bumble.
She also used Facebook dating, a digital product developed by Meta for hopefuls looking for connection.
Amber shared her findings on TikTok in a video which has been viewed over 3 million times.
Amber said in the video: ‘Welcome to my 2022 dating wrapped.
‘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.’
She continued to share information on how she met her suitors.
She said: ‘I met one in the wild. We kissed in a bar on New Year’s Eve and things really went downhill from there. Tinder and Hinge split pretty evenly and formed the bulk of the first dates.’
As for the money, Amber spent a grand total of $368.36 (£299.74) on the dates, with drinks taking up 33.3% and dinner 22.2% of the expenses.
‘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.
So, did she find love? Sadly not, as many of these ended in a break-up. She revealed she ended nearly 50% of the relationships, with the men ending 33.3%.
And 16.7% of these ended up being mutual decisions.
Amber finished by asking if she’d learnt anything after a year of dating and said, ‘probably not.’
Let’s hope Amber’s dating wrapped next year offers better fortunes.
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