Students send "Exit Interviews" to guys who haunt them

The dating world can be pretty much the battlefield. From endless swipes to dating apps to embarrassing first dates, there are many unpleasant and annoying aspects that you have to endure in search of love. At the top of the list of frustrating experiences is ghosted.

Ghosting in the modern age of dating

Spending time, getting to know each other, and getting in touch romantically with someone can be fun – until they stop responding to lyrics and seemingly go to earth without explanation. The worst part is not knowing exactly what or where it went wrong.


However, one woman recently decided that instead of sitting back and wondering, she would take matters into her own hands – in the funniest way possible.

Girl creates initial interviews for ex

Comedian Abby Govindan recently said on Twitter how her 21-year-old friend Katie Miller cope with getting ghosted: she sends the boys a Google questionnaire to fill out. Questions include: "What's wrong with Katie?" "What could Katie do to make this experience better for you?" And "Would you refer Katie to a friend?"

Twitter / @ abbygov

Many people seem to agree with this method of rejection as the tweet quickly became viral, collecting more than 20,000 likes.

Appreciated and applauded for being witty proactive

It is obvious that the Twitterverse had a positive answer to Miller's questionnaire, but what kind of reaction did the male recipients of the document have? Miller told insiders that not all of them answered, "but those who did so were very nice." She also explained that her motivation for creating the list of questions was why the ghost images happened and whether they could prevent them in the future.


Exit interviews have long been an effective way to improve the HR departments of companies employee retention, Now, thanks to Miller genius They can also be used to improve personal relationships.


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