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Couple on TikTok goes viral for spontaneous meet-up

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A woman on TikTok went viral after sharing a spontaneous Disneyland first date with a man she had just met on a dating app.

The TikTok user Paige (@paigedunigan_) shared this video detailing the events that led to her and her Hinge match’s magical first date.

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“Best first date ever??” Paige wrote in the caption.

The TikTok begins with a text exchange between Paige and her Hinge match, discussing what to do for their first meet-up.

“I’m kind of over the ‘let’s get drinks’ dates, tbh,” the man wrote.

“Ok, instead of doing ‘let’s get drinks,’ let’s skip to the real test and see if you can last a day at Disneyland with me,” Paige replied. “What are you doing Sunday?”

The man then cleverly replied, “Going to Disneyland with you…”

The TikTok video then showed a montage of Paige and her match having lots of fun throughout their first date at Disneyland. The pair enjoyed various rides and attractions in the amusement park as if they were living out their childhood dreams. The two even got the chance to get drinks at “The Happiest Place on Earth”.

TikTok users found Paige’s Disneyland first date adorable.

“Well, this is stinking cute. Manifesting that there is a second date and then a 402nd date where you revisit Disney with the kids,” a TikToker commented.

“The definition of ‘if he wanted to, he would,’” another said.

“Sending this to my Hinge matches rn,” someone else wrote.

Paige later provided viewers with an update on how things are going between her and her Hinge match since their Disneyland first date.

“Ok, ok, update: there has been a second date, and a third… and planned fourth,” Paige said.

“Yeah! And live stream the wedding so we can be there,” a TikToker replied.

The post Woman’s spontaneous Disneyland first date with Hinge match wins over TikTok appeared first on In The Know.

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