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The dating scene can be pretty challenging to navigate and somewhat tedious at times. However, one man changed the entire game with his creative approach to securing a date.

TikTok user Becca (@blondebrokeandbougie) showcased the "amazing" lead up to a date with a man she met on Hinge.

Becca revealed that the pair started talking through the app, where she told him she had a boat. He asked what he had to do to get on it, to which she jokingly responded: "Present your qualifications."

He hilariously took her remark quite literally and summarised his skills and past experience in a fake CV. He even included further details under "human being" and "boating enthusiast".

Becca's match sent over a PDF in an email: "Enclosed please find my resume. After careful review, I believe you will find my qualifications exceed expectations and I would be the perfect fit for the position of Date/Guy to invite on your boat," he wrote.

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Moral of the story is always commit to the bit



It didn't stop there. The pair continued to role play with Becca inviting him to a "first-round interview" to be "assessed."

She said: "I confirmed and told him to have several copies of his resume available for review upon arrival, and let him know that our dress code is business formal.

"So I was a little disappointed when he did not show up in a full suit, but it can be forgiven because this exchange was A+."

The viral clip racked up over 3.1 million views and was inundated with comments telling the TikToker to marry this man.

"Marry him," one user declared. "Getting a guy that has a sense of humour only happens one in 2,000,000 times."

Another called the exchange incredibly "charming", adding: "I love when people commit to the bit"

A third added: "Matching energy, that's so much fun."

If this was the effort for a first date, you can only imagine the wedding proposal.

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