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Woman rejects all 5,000 boyfriend applications after making them fill in 15 question form

Woman rejects all 5,000 boyfriend applications after making them fill in 15 question form

"I’d rather be single until I find the man I’m meant to be with."

An influencer rejected 5,000 men who wanted to be her boyfriend after making them complete a 15-question quiz.

Dating apps certainly have their pitfalls - after all, who wants to spend hours endlessly swiping through various profiles - which is seeing people resort to some pretty bizarre methods to find true love.

Take social media influencer Vera Dijkmans, who required suitors to fill out a 15-question quiz to see if they lived up to her extremely high expectations.

She received 5,000 applications from single men keen to romance her, but is still single.

(Jam Press/@veradijkmans)
(Jam Press/@veradijkmans)

"I'd say I received around 5,000 applications but after going through most of them, I found just three guys who I thought were suitable," Dijkmans, who lives in London and has over seven million followers across her social media platforms, said.

The Dutch model revealed that she went on a date with each of the three lucky suitors, but was unable to form a connection with any of them.

"I went on a date with them – but I’m currently still single," she added.

"Despite this disappointing result, I still consider the experiment a success since I was able to be upfront of what I want and see which men fit that criteria."

You may be wondering how it was possible to end up with three dates from 5,000 single men, with Dijkmans explaining that she had to sift through 'a lot of strange applications'.

(Jam Press/@veradijkmans)
(Jam Press/@veradijkmans)

"One man offered to send me a sample of his blood and asked for mine in return – which I ignored," she said, adding that an undisclosed famous person also slid into her DMs.

Most of the applicants were also based in Texas and had the star sign of Aquarius.

As to the questions applicants had to answer:

  • What's you astrological sign?
  • Number of ex-girlfriends, the number that are 'crazy', and exes you still text/talk to (drink ones count)
  • Do you have kids?
  • Do you want them?
  • Are you married/dating someone now?
  • Do you have a full time job?
  • If you were picking three adjectives to describe yourself would one of them be douchey?
  • Do you live with your parents?
  • Do you own a working car?
  • Do you have Twitter?
  • Do you currently have a booty call?
  • If we lived together would I get the walk in closet?
  • Is it acceptable to hit on my friends?
  • Do you like watching Avatar (ATLA)?
  • Who is the best artist: The Weeknd, Future, Drake or Travis Scott?

These questions received unusual responses, with one applicant revealing he lived with his parents and didn't have a car - but owned two boats.

Another man declared he would never hit on her friends - which should be a given - and a third boasted of having a full-time career but wouldn't give her a bigger wardrobe.

Vera's dating questionnaire (Jam Press)
Vera's dating questionnaire (Jam Press)

You may think that after rejecting thousands of men Dijkmans is feeling disillusioned with the dating scene, however the model refuses to compromise on her standards.

"At the moment, I’ve put the boyfriend search on hold but I’m keeping my options open," she said, adding that she wouldn't hold another round of applications on social media.

"I’m just very picky and I need a guy to be almost perfect," she continued.

"I don’t think I should have to compromise on my needs – I’d rather be single until I find the man I’m meant to be with."

Featured Image Credit: (Jam Press/@veradijkmans)

Topics: Dating trends, Sex and Relationships