When it comes to marriage, you are very likely to think twice – if not thrice, before saying, “I do.” You would want to make sure that she is “the one.” Similarly, girls would also like to ensure they choose the right guy. Fair enough! You have all the right to take your time and ponder over the person with whom you will spend your entire life. After all, marriage is an incredible social contract that glues two individuals together – forever. However, this is not true for some. Unlike these conscious singles, some people would prefer to plunge into marriage in no time. They would spend a few minutes selecting someone who would potentially be their significant other.
A similar story is currently circulating on all social media platforms. The news has made headlines, and people of all ages are excitedly reacting to it. Here is how the story goes: Steve Boyce, who is 44 years old, was ‘virtually dating’ Sharhea Wade, who is said to be 33 years old. The novel couple met on a dating app called Hinge. It was the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when Steve and Wade made acquaintances online. They chatted for a few weeks on Hinge. One day, Steve asks her if they could meet in person. (What else would you expect from a man who is interested in you?)
However, Wade was as equally interested in him as Boyce. So, as you would expect, she did not say no. What is interesting about the first in-person date of these lovebirds is that they selected an unusual place: The parking lot of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Boston. As weird as it sounds, Wade was expecting her date to go terribly, especially for a first date. The reason she selected the lot of the popular fast food chain as it was close to where she lived. So, she asked him if they could meet there. Woyce did not say no either.
Nonetheless, the first date did not go wrong – as it was expected. Rather, it turned out to be one of those wholesome dates, both for the 44-year-old Woyce and Ms. Wade. For hours, they sat there and talked about anything and everything under the sun. Everything that couples discuss on their first dates was talked about. To end dramatically, the couple shared a gentle kiss and the sunset.
Looking back at the date, the couple recalls that they did not feel like they were strangers meeting for the first time. “Even for a second, I did not feel that it was our first date,” says Wade, adding that it seemed like we had been in a relationship for years. Similarly, Woyce had the same feelings.
Thus, the date did not happen casually. Instead, Wade kneed down and asked if Woyce could be his significant other. As you would expect, she did not say no. “I do,” she said. It did not take the couple long to tie the knot.