If blind dates and online dating isn't necessarily working for you, it might help to have some faith in fate and destiny.
Finding reciprocatory love in a world of 8 billion people is no less than a miracle. Meet Cutes NYC is on a mission to document these miracles and to find out how people in love met each other in the first place.
If blind dates and online dating isn't necessarily working for you, it might help to have some faith in fate and destiny. One couple interviewed by Meet Cutes NYC showed us how. Their video garnered more than 600k views on Instagram and was captioned "Love in our past lives."
This meetcutenyc account is restoring my faith in... partners.— no break (@kitdashkat) April 13, 2023
Sharing the story of how they met, Jasmine admitted that she found Justice cute when they first met. She asked someone to introduce them at a party and a week later, she had already moved in with him. Although they never really discussed it, Jasmine, since then, has stayed with Justice. When asked how long ago this was, they answered that it's been four years of being together since they met in 2019. When asked what Justice's favorite thing about Jasmine was, he said it was "her kindness" and when Jasmine was asked the same about Justice, she said, "his humor." They were then asked if they believe "fate" plays a role. Jasmine confidently answers, "Absolutely. I feel like I knew you in a past life," to which Justice adds, "Yes, fate is real."
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The interviewer clarifies, "What do you mean you knew him in the past life?" Jasmine explained, "I just feel like I've always known you." Jasmine maintains eye contact with Justice throughout the interview while he relies on a can of soda to hold back his tears. As they say "I love you" to each other, Justice tears up and they embrace each other. As for their future, they plan to get married next year.
Netizens not only gained hope from the couple's story but also showered adoration on the pair. "She's so open, bubbly, you can see she's just a beautiful pure soul. But when he started crying, aaaaw man. Guys. This is adorable," commented @shez_okay. "Jasmine and Justice. Of course, they are past life lovers," wrote @moa.magic. "I feel like when you’re a couple for so long sometimes you just need a reminder of how much you love each other and bro just did that for them," added @africaqueenz.
One of my favourite things to do in the evenings is to go to the MeetCuteNYC page and listen to people's love stories. Maaan, I love that shit. Love always Wins.— Ingrid Riley (@ingridriley) June 30, 2023
Meetcutenyc on IG is bringing so much tears to my eyes. I need to drop my phone before I fall to my knees in tears— koni baje baby! ✨ (@_tejs) July 6, 2023
Pen and paper ready.— Chukwudi Ikeano (@DrIkeanoabc) July 7, 2023
The Meet Cutes NYC account features interviews of different couples, usually starting with a simple question, "How did you guys meet?" According to its website, the initiative "started out as a simple idea aimed at demystifying how New York City couples meet" and has since "blossomed into something more than we could have ever imagined."
In another video that garnered 1.5 million views, an old couple was interviewed as they walked down the streets of NYC. Three decades ago, David was in charge of supervising train operations and stationed the train Bonnie took on the same track multiple times just for her to notice him. Once she did, there was no going back and in their unique way, their train of love is still on track.
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