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Woman Stunned After Friend Asks Her Out On A Date—Then Sends Her A Google Form To Fill Out

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Wouldn't it be great if there were a process for vetting your first dates before you got there?

Just to make sure when you showed up, you weren't walking into a bad situation?

Well, TikToker @maytheeleven may have found someone who knows how to do this—considering he asked her on a date and then sent her a Google Form to fill out.

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surprise my life changed slightly #lifeupdate #relationships


After congratulating the reader for scoring a date with Graham, the man that asked our original poster (or OP) on a date, the form starts off with a space for name and an RSVP.

He also left spots for when the person would like to start the date and a multiple choice section for what kind of date the person would like to go on.

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The next section had options for food that the datee enjoyed, as well as a free response section for any and all allergies and dietary restrictions.

There is also a scale for the person to indicate how fancy they would prefer to get on this first date. After playfully indicating a solid level of fancy-schmancyness, our OP was surprised with a fancy schmancy invite to the date.

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The date was followed by—you guessed it—a second Google Form in the shape of an exit interview. It has places for the filler to rank Graham on a scale of awkward to charming, as well as to "describe [the] date as a shade of blue."

"So long story short I'm dating someone now long distance and that's fun," she concluded.

She also gave her followers the blessing to stalk him, if they'd like, and tagged him in the comments section.

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"Google Form Graham," as he has dubbed himself, has given all TikTok users access to the Google Form on his user page.