“I think you’re in good shape, if you’re single hit me up,” reads the message that a single woman turned into a stamp to print on men’s arms.
Melany Lloyd, 22, decided to take matters into her own hands after getting tired of being single, so decided to get proactive by taking her pill with her in the evenings.
The human resources specialist paid £21 for the design of the stamp in an online store, then had it printed with a message and her Snapchat and Instagram accounts.
She managed to dab 15 men in one night and has been texting some of them since then.
She had seen a similar device on TikTok and made it her own.
Melany said: “My friends all kind of encouraged me to do it, they just thought it would be funny.
“I had no idea my version of TikTok would explode like they did.”
The video Melany posted from the night has now become a sensation on TikTok, gaining over 700,000 views in less than three days.
She added: “All the guys I dabbed thought it was really funny, I still talk to a few of them now and they all said it was the best way for a girl to flirt with them.
“It made for a really fun story about how you two met for a few of the guys I talk to now.”
The 22-year-old, from Devizes, was asked about dating, trust and what it’s like to make the first move.
She told the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: “I think all women are amazing and beautiful and should own it!
“I understand that some people are not very confident and do not want to approach men in case of rejection, I feel that a lot.
“But if you don’t try, how will you know if you will be rejected?
“I’m a lot more confident than I actually am, but sometimes you just have to take the risk.
The concept came to Melany after a year of celibacy and many “failed dating experiences”.
Considering how she feels approaching men on nights out, Melany added, “It depends on the situation.
“If a man is with a large group, then – 100% I find it difficult to approach them.
“If it’s a small group or if I’m talking to a guy over a drink at the bar, I find it easier.”