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Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! Lockdown has pushed us all toward innovation, including finding new ways to date. You can still meet people online but sheltering in place is keeping potential couples from taking it to the next level. What does that even look like these days? Is it a FaceTime call? A Zoom meeting? Here, 10 Miami ladies share their dating experiences during the lockdown—from cringe-worthy to romantic to downright weird.
The socially distant croqueta date After texting and calling, a guy and I decided to meet up for a socially distant date at Islas Canarias. We each got croquetas and then sat six-feet apart from each other outside while we ate them. Eileen [whose family owns the restaurant] noticed us and took our photo with her security cameras! One day, I decided to bake him cookies and drive over to his house to drop them off. Very serious about keeping his distance, he grabs a fishing rod and fishes the cookies from out of Lonely women in Miami car!
He posted the whole thing on Instagram and then proceeded to ghost me. He came clean later and said I intimated him to he stopped answering my messages.
The stage-five clinger date I matched with a guy on Bumble and we chatted for about two hours before calling it a night. We ate the same things and watched scary movies together on Netflix Party, and it was so fun. I got a message from someone I matched with and messaged inwho decided to finally write back. He lives in my neighborhood so we met up on his porch, kept our distance and split a pizza from Pummarola. He kept my wine glass refilled the whole time. Porch date can definitely move on to the next round.
The Zoom date that never happened This one guy dropped off dinner and two bottles of wine! It all sounded nice and romantic until we both got stuck having to do other Zoom calls but for work. He ended up having a cold steak after his meeting, and I just ate my free meal without having to small talk. He tried sending me food again another time—again! The therapy date I matched with a guy on Bumble and we chatted for a few days before deciding to have a virtual date.
He let me pick a restaurant, so I picked one of my favorites that was offering takeout, and he contactless-delivered my dinner to me before we got on Zoom. It quickly spiraled into what felt like a therapy session. Needless to say, I may have slowly ghosted him after. The too-much-too-soon date I started talking to a guy on Hinge and we exchanged s. He texted me and asked what I was up, so I mentioned that I was making dinner and getting ready to Zoom with my girlfriends. Guys appear to be extra needy these days.
Want more? up here to stay in the know. About us. Time Out magazine. Photograph: Shutterstock 10 single ladies get real about dating in Miami during the lockdown Socially distant meetups and lots of virtual love connections. Written by Virginia Gil Monday May 11 Most popular on Time Out - The best Chinese food delivery and takeout in Miami - Miami-Dade libraries are now offering curbside pickup for books and DVDs - How to tie-dye at home, according to this Miami expert - Craving something homemade?
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