A New York City Man Finds Love Courtesy of a Drone and an Inflatable Bubble
With the result of many cities taking part in social distancing, many people have had to put a hold on many parts of their lives. People in relationships haven’t been able to see each other face to face in weeks or go on dates. However, a new couple has found a way to make it work.
Jeremy Cohen, a freelancing photographer in New York, was out on the deck of his apartment one day and noticed a woman was dancing on the top of her roof and he “needed to say hi to her.”
So, Cohen got creative. He wrote down all of his personal information on a piece of paper, attached it to a drone and dispatched the drone over her apartment.
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It worked because she texted him back and said her name was Tori. Cohen then wanted to ask Tori out on a date but couldn’t break social distancing so they both “shared” a meal over FaceTime.
Here is part 1, 2, and 3 of “Quarantine Cutie” all in one tweet pic.twitter.com/L9pnEV4oZM
— Jeremy Cohen (@jerm_cohen) March 29, 2020
The final step was the actual face to face date and Cohen got creative once again. He stepped inside a giant inflatable bubble and the couple enjoyed a nice walk together.
Cohen documented the relationship on his Tik Tok, Instagram, and Twitter profile and in one of his most recent posts he mentions that Tori’s birthday is soon and he has something special planned.
If you would like to follow along with this love story, here is the link to Jeremy’s Twitter.
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