With countless online dating apps like Tinder, Hinge, and Bumble, connecting with someone has never been easier. The only way to meet a significant other during this coronavirus pandemic is online or reconnecting with an ex, but I wouldn’t encourage that! Though it seems as though there are unlimited dating options, why is it harder to find a real connection? Perhaps we all know that when this pandemic is over, we won’t actually meet the people we’ve started communicating with. At least that’s how I feel.
Before a first date, you usually have high hopes for that meeting and you always want it to go as well as possible. This is something universal that happens to both women and men and although you have the mistaken idea that we give less thought to that first meeting, the reality is that we give it as much importance as they do since surely your wish is that everything goes well and the other person leaves delighted from that first time and with an excellent impression of you. So keep reading because with these ideas you can be more confident and thanks to this your probability that the first date is a success will be much higher.
I would like to start off this article by saying that it has been two months since quarantine and isolation and I have tried to do a lot of things since then. I haven't been quaffled by a lot of things or be ever bored with my netflix binges until the second term of May, which starts with the new normal. I spend my days being cooped up indoors, sleeping early, waking up late, and put myself through shit like netflix binging, listening to less music and putting myself to an endless cycle of boredom.
Somewhere amidst the summer afternoon hustle and bustle of New York City was a hotel room doused in the unbearable stench of sweat, drugs, and alcohol. The floor covered in spilled cocaine, cigarette ashes, alcohol, vomit, and various other bodily fluids. A sea of sleeping nude bodies covered the floors and furniture of what was once a clean and luxurious penthouse. The French balcony doors were wide open and allowed the summer heat and golden sun rays to flood the room. The air was still and filled with dust as the summer heat slowly became almost impossible to bear any longer.