These days it’s harder than ever to meet new people, since you can’t go to bars or clubs. But it appears some folks have found a new place to connect with possible matches – the COVID vaccine line.
That’s right, a whole host of people on Twitter have shared that they or someone they know have been propositioned while waiting in line to get their vaccine. And it’s not just happening to young people.
“Both my seventy-something mom and a relative got asked out in the vaccine line. I’m telling you ppl are ready. This summer will be wild,” author Kaitlyn Greenidge shared, while writer Julie Ingersoll responded, “My 89-year-old mother [had] the same [thing happen]!,” adding, “This guy chatting her up in line talking about how hard it was to be old,” noting that the guy was 96 and asked her if she had a “friend.”
And it’s not just folks waiting in line connecting; some vaccine site workers are also doing the flirting. “The national guardsman who checked my ID today winked at me when he gave me my confirmation paperwork and said ‘leave this on your dash so they know I checked you out,’” one person tweeted, “and I almost spontaneously combusted.”
Justin in case there is a love match, some folks are making sure they look their best, with people getting all drssed up as they go to get their shot. One person shared, “I was volunteering and saw a senior dude with his best leather cowboy hat and boots and a lady with big rings and a fancy dress. It’s pretty fun,” while another added, “Wearing a sequined full-length gown to my vaccine appointment because it’s the EVENT OF MY YEAR.”
Source: New York Post