Man asks ex-girlfriends for 'reviews,' gets incredible response
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SEATTLE, WA (KCPQ) - One restless night recently in Seattle, 26-year-old engineer Jake Chapman decided to change up his dating strategy.
"I've been taking dating a little too serious lately," he posted on reddit last week. "So I decided to ask my ex-girlfriends at 1am to write a 1-2 sentence review about me for my Tinder profile and rate me 1-5 stars."
Chapman wrote that it worked out exactly as he thought it would (at least initially).
"1 ex won't stop texting me now, and the others hate me even more then when they left to begin with," he wrote. "But hey, at least my matches are blowing up baha."
Chapman's unique profile kind of blew up on the dating app and then on social media and he started getting all kinds of attention.
Then something unexpected happened.
"After seeing the image on Twitter and Facebook one of my exes that I left, Taylor, decided she was hurt that I didn't think of her and decided to text me her review which has now been added to the profile."
Chapman wrote that Taylor gave him 4.5 stars and wrote a glowing review.
"He's got a job, condo, dog, fast car, can cook, good with his hands :)and is a complete sweet heart. The only thing keeping me from trying to be with him is 1,155 miles"
Taylor lives in southern California.
But that's not where the story ends.
"Less then 3 hours after Taylor writing her review about me and telling me she has a boyfriend, I get this," wrote Chapman who then posted a screen capture of a text conversation, which explained that Taylor had dumped her boyfriend.
You know where this is going now, right?
"Everybody wants to know what's going on with Taylor," wrote Chapman. "I woke up this morning to a text from her."
Now, as the internet waits breathlessly for news of Taylor's visit to Seattle, we are pretty sure someone in Hollywood is furiously working on a script.
Sleepless in Seattle 2?
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