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A woman has created a stamp to mark men in clubs so that they can 'skip the small talk'. Watch below:
Taylah Munro, from Newham, East London, is a club hostess and hates using dating apps to find a man, so she came up with the idea to 'stamp and go'.
The 27-year-old thought it would be a 'funny and different' way to meet guys, and despite her failing to find a suitable match at a recent festival, she went viral recently when a video was posted online of her stamping a man's hand in a nightclub.
In the footage, Taylah can be seen making her way through the crowd to someone she liked the look of, stamping the lad with the message message 'MY TYPE vanillatrilla1 DM me'.
And since then, she's been inundated with messages from guys claiming she stamped them.
"I could walk past someone in the street and think 'oh, he's good looking', but that guy was the only person in the club who really caught my eye and I thought, 'Wow, he's really stunning'," she said.
"At first when I stamped him, he was really confused. He was, like, 'Am I being kicked out the club or something?'
"I was, like, 'No, look at the stamp'. He just smiled and said, 'Your type? What's your name?'.
"After that, we exchanged contacts and he bought me a drink. He was actually really nice.
"Even though I made the stamp, I see the funny side of it but I'm not specifically going out looking for a boyfriend.
"If it happens it happens and I'm having fun along the way."
Taylah says she's never had a proper boyfriend and just decided on a whim that it would be funny to cut out the middle man and make her own stamp.
She said: "It's a good ice breaker because not everyone sees that every day. They might be, like, 'Oh my god, that's crazy. What made you think of that?' Then you'll get talking regardless.
"I probably have about 10 different types. Someone who really catches my eye.
"You're going to see thousands of good looking people every day, but it's different when someone really makes your head turn."
And since posting the video online, Taylah says tons of lads have been trying their luck and falsely claiming she stamped them too.
Taylah said: "Since I put that TikTok up, my DMs have been absolutely insane.
"So many guys have messaged me like 'hey, you stamped me in the club the other day'.
"I'm going to know who I've stamped. They're faking it to get a reply but it's not going to happen.
"Even on Wednesday, I got about 100 messages from people like 'you stamped me the other day - where do we go from here?'"
Adding: "I see the funny side and appreciate the effort but I'm not going to reply to them."
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