Guy Definitely Wins Online Dating With Amazing Sonnet Giving A Secret Message Packs If there's a person on Bumble who deserves a super swipe, it's these gentlemen here. Anyone who has ever ventured into the world of online dating knows that it's never easy. Since we are dealing with people at the end of the day, we know that we will meet one or two or a thousand or so many crazy people who are all in the dumps and may feel that love is a bunch of malakles. It also does not help if you are super-amped and so excited about someone that you are so scared that you are doing something to mess it up, so you are freezing or drawing a terrible gap if you want to break the ice , But this guy did not have that problem at all. During a back and forth with what looks like a match on Bumble, he was asked by Emilia to write a sonnet about a first love. Out of the cuff he comes with a poem that's pretty damn good. I mean, seriously, Shakespeare would cramp his lips when he saw that and said, "Not bad." Emilia was more than impressed by the nature and serenity of this man with the written word. But as it turns out, her bumble – match did not just write a beautiful sonnet for her. And if you leave it at that, he 's proven he Also has a good sense of humor in the world of online dating. If you write a hidden message in his beautiful sonnet. Why do not you scroll back and read the first letter Sonett he posted to her, then come back here. Pretty clever, right? Well, even if you did not think so, Emilia did it. But the fun has not stopped yet. During the conversation of the guy he became more and more a legend. It was so good that Emilia was convinced that it was all planned. That's what he said, even if it was, it's still damn impressive. Frightening is that Emilia's Bumble game still did not end with dropping the online giveaways. That's right, he had more to give. In the words of the great Taylor Swift, are you ready for that? She could not believe how he kept capturing her over and over and over again, thinking that there would be more messaging machines. And for a second her match I thought it would be David Blaine all the time, if that were the case that would have been amazingly too scary. Luckily the game stopped there and Emilia handed her number to the guy. Modern romanticism is certainly funny – you have strangers who write poetry with hidden messages, jokingly ask women to send revealing pictures, and then a hidden, second sub-message requesting their phone number. The bar for the level of cunning to thrive in the dating game has just been raised. Good luck out there, Bumbler.