Sam Dixey, 21, an undergraduate at Leeds University, won't be single for long since he's caught the attention of the internet after uploading a hilarious PowerPoint presentation to his Tinder profile that explains exactly why you should swipe right. The slides look like they're straight out of a Year 9 'about me' oral GCSE test, and they explain that Sam is funny, has a Netflix account and is "not the worst" at sex, which already puts him leagues above most of the guys on Tinder. He even has a whole slide dedicated to reviews from happy visitors like Leonardo DiCaprio, his dad and Donald Trump (he says the reviews are yuge).
For any lonely singletons out there, Sam enjoys walks on the beach, laser tag and petting dogs and he's even comfortable with talking about his feelings. A truly modern man. Unsurprisingly, Sam's hilarious experiment has gone down pretty well online after being posted be a fan to Twitter, and he's been inundated with matches and tweets from girls since he shot to viral fame. Sam explains how the PowerPoint started out 'It initially just started off as a bit of a joke with my mate that I worked with doing an internship year out of university. We thought it would be funny to do, something a little bit different. From there on in, it seemed to be working pretty well, so just left it and made a few tweaks here and then. It's quite noticeable the different number of matches. Even if it's just people swiping to say "I just had to swipe to tell you how amazing it is that you have a Tinder PowerPoint".'
A genuine 10/10 effort from this lad lmaooo I’m crying pic.twitter.com/7wjUJk3HF0— Gracie Barrow (@GracieBarrow1) February 17, 2018
Sam has gone viral fresh off the news that researchers at Tel Aviv-based security firm 'Checkmarx' ran some basic checks on everyone's favourite dating-cum-casual sex app 'Tinder' only to scare us all on a deep fundamental level by proving that it still lacks basic HTTPS encryption for photos. It's a little technical but the basic gist of the findings means the anyone on the same Wi-Fi network as you can see any photo you're seeing and can even put their own custom chosen images into your photo stream. A perfect opportunity for the creepy IT guy in work to repeatedly show you his dong, in my opinion. Apparently some of the other data in the app is HTTPS-encrypted but still leaks enough information to essentially let the hacker on the same network to watch every swipe left, swipe right, or match on the target's phone nearly as easily as if they were living in your brain like that one Black Mirror episode. Uh oh.