Романтическое свидание этой женщины – именно то, из чего никогда не снились ее мечты


Folks will quit anything for the person who ensnares their coronary heart — even suck up the $3 fee that is double meat on a footlong sub.

This enchanted evening at Subway is proof. If anything has ever given you any doubt that a valid partner will take dangle of you for a night on the city of your desires, revel in the fable of this Twitter user who bought exactly what she demanded.

“I suggested my man I needed to cross to arestaurantwhere they cook dinner in entrance of you so he introduced me to subway,” 20-year-ancient Agostina Sotter wrote in a tweet, with a video documenting theirdream datewith 19-year-ancient Michael Pina.

The clip has been viewed better than five million times. Particularly, she had mentioned she used to be into hibachi soon. He did not take dangle of her out for that.

“So on our plan home from the beach, we were both ravenous and he stopped at Subway and used to be love ‘you wished to seek them cook dinner in entrance of you correct mamas?’” she suggested TIME. “I virtually died! I cracked up so noteworthy. It used to be basically the most silly surprise.”

The story is a high example of how — whereas she would possibly per chance moreover were attracted to a extra “broken-down” gorgeous dining skills — she did certainly get what she asked for; Subway’s sandwich artists all quit assemble and wrap up sandwiches, you seek, although there’s miniature Michelin star-mighty cooking eager. Chef’s desk or not, it appears to be like to be that the couple had an attractive time.

Within the clip, the girl’s enterprising date, sat across from her, even drops the now-classic “hi there, watch at us” line. Obviously, he used to be reenacting the Paul Rudd Hot Ones second that modified into indubitably one of 2019’s most harmful memes. (Rudd’s aloof doing the bit for parties for what it’s worth.) It certain looks love his sense of humor used to be not misplaced on her or the Twitter plenty who’re engrossed.

A partner both fluent in Web lingo and savvy sufficient to impress social media stunts? What a steal!

Write toAshley Hoffman atAshley.Hoffman@time.com.

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