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Woman stuck in blind date's house by sudden Covid lockdown
Published on: 2022-01-14
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It was supposed to be a quick get-to-know-you -- but a snap Covid lockdown forced a Chinese woman to stay with her blind date at his house for days on end.
 

The 30-year-old woman, identified only by her surname Wang, went to meet her blind date for a home-cooked dinner on January 6 in her hometown of Zhengzhou, a city in central China grappling with a coronavirus outbreak.
 

"I'm getting old now, my family introduced me to 10 matches," she said in a video on social media. "The fifth date wanted to show off his cooking skills and invited me over to his house for dinner."
 

Just when Wang was about to go home after the meal, she found out the whole neighborhood had gone into a swift lockdown, she said.
 

China regularly seals off communities after Covid infections are detected among residents. These sudden lockdowns -- along with mass testing and extensive quarantine -- are part of the country's stringent zero-Covid strategy to quickly stamp out local outbreaks.
 

Unable to leave, Wang was stuck at her date's house for days. She posted videos of her unexpected co-living experience on social media, showing her date cooking meals for her, sweeping the floor and working on his laptop. The videos quickly went viral, with Wang's encounter becoming a top trending topic on Weibo.
 

"During quarantine, I feel that apart from him being reticent like a wooden mannequin, everything else about him is pretty good. He cooks, cleans the house and works. Although his cooking isn't very good, he's still willing to spend time in the kitchen, I think that's great," she said.
 

Wang said in a post Monday that she had hidden her original video from her account after it went viral. "Right now I'm still at the man's house. He's an inarticulate, honest person and he doesn't talk much. After my video became trending, some friends started calling him -- I think it has affected his life. That's why I removed it," she said.
 

"Thanks everyone for your attention ... I hope the pandemic will end soon and that single girls can find a relationship soon.
 

女子相亲,突遇疫情被隔离在男方家里,网友:这就是缘分

郑州一位女孩,同相亲对象的缘分,被网友们调侃“天注定”。我想这也是郑州疫情封控之下,一个能够让人觉得欢乐的消息。
 

事情发生在一位女孩身上,她跨越千里回到郑州老家相亲,不曾想因为一顿饭功夫,使得自己被封锁在了相亲对象小区内。
 

郑州因为疫情出现,使得很多小区,都被纳入隔离封控管理范围。针对这类型小区,只允许人员进入,不允许小区内人员外出。除此之外,还需要定期,进行核酸检测。
 

两人相亲约会时候,男孩为了展现自己的贤惠,特意邀请女孩上家做客,想要为女孩展现自己厨艺。
 

女孩都希望自己人生另一半,能够包揽家务活,这样成家以后,自己也会省心不少。我想两人相亲认识后,彼此给对方留下了好印象,才会出现家中相聚约会场景。
 

当女子结束约会,从相亲对象家中出来时候,发现小区已经被封控管理。面对这样一个情况,她也不能够回到自己家中,独自待在人生地不熟小区,也只有相亲对象,可以依赖。
 

接下来的时间里,女子过上了衣食无忧的日子。在相亲对象家中,她每天可以睡到自然醒,而且不用做任何家务。即便是女孩想要收拾家务,也会被男孩制止,所有家务活,都由他一人承包。
 

短视频发达的今天,女孩选择用视频,记录下了自己,这一段特别的经历。通过视频虽然没能看到男女主角,但也可以看出,两人相处得非常融洽。
 

男孩收拾家务、做饭有条不紊,一看就适合居家过日子。而女孩也能够体谅男孩辛苦,说明她也是一位善解人意好姑娘。
 

网友们得知这件事情后,纷纷表示这是“天定的缘分”,两人通过疫情隔离相处,在一起是最好结局。也有调皮的网友,模仿“老天爷”口吻,说到“小伙子,只能帮你到这里了……”。
 

还有网友表示,“这月老的红线,牵得也太结实了”,“千里姻缘‘疫’线牵”。

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