A guy trying to find love has actually purchased a roadside signboard including an image of himself requesting a date.
Fed up with the modern-day dating app video game, Mark Rofe chose to pay £ 425 for the substantial indication marketing himself on a hectic roadway in Manchester.
The 30-year-old from Sheffield is confident it will trigger the ideal lady to swipe right into his life.
He stated: “I’ve had more than 100 individuals contact us. Half are males however I’m still really flattered.”
Mr Rofe, who has actually been single for a year, stated he purchased the 3m high by 6m large signboard to stick out from the crowd.
“Like any excellent concept it started in the bar,” he described.
“I was speaking to my mate stating how I was having a hard time on all these dating apps and I joked that I ought to put my face on a huge signboard.
“We chuckled about it however then in fact I believed what an excellent concept.”
The signboard, which is on Fairfield Street, includes an image of Mark relaxing on his side and points prospective suitors in the instructions of his site DatingMark.co.uk – its motto being “One male, one signboard, one objective”.
His site includes a bio where he explains himself as “modest and very good-looking” and welcomes applications from “anybody thinking about going on a date”
In the “statistics and truths” area, he mentions he is 6ft high, that his forefinger procedures 6.82 cm and he has actually kissed more than 3 ladies.
Mr Rofe, who operates in marketing, stated he was shocked at the quantity of individuals who had actually contacted us and intended on responding to everybody.
He stated: “Some individuals may believe I’m mad paying £ 425 however if I discover love then it’s relatively low-cost.
“I attempted to make it amusing so ideally I do not discover as a desperate loser.”