There seem to be no shortage of hellish dating stories when it comes to romantic encounters with men in finance.
Remember the investment banker who pretended to be an Israeli spy, or the guy who listed his Match.com dates in an Excel spreadsheet?
Well, this guy might just take the cake.
According to an exclusive from Deadspin, a 24-year-old man named Michael went on a couple of dates with a lucky lady in Philadelphia. (We'll call her Carol.)
Once it became clear Michael and Carol weren't going to get hitched, the couple parted ways. And though Michael once shared his interest in "data collection" with his date, Carol never expected to find a particular email in her inbox.
Michael took it upon himself to send Carol a survey -- about himself.
He asked her to rank a multitude of attributes, including his appearance, manners and, yes, even his masculinity. And if that weren't enough, he also inquired about possible improvements.
The best part of the survey? The footnotes; definitely the footnotes. And the fact he provided free postage.
Head over to Deadspin to see screenshots of Michael's dating quiz.