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There’s just a mile of river between Kentucky and Cincinnati.
But it seems one couple couldn’t make that – or go – the distance.
That’s according to Northern Kentucky University student Mike Zimmer.
In a tweet posted Tuesday, Zimmer spoke about his date with a Cincinnati woman that seemed like it was going well — until it wasn’t.
“Went on a date with this girl from Cincinnati and during it I told her I lived in Kentucky (like 10 mins away from Cinci) and she said she couldn’t be seen with a boy from Kentucky,” the tweet began.
Zimmer, who is originally from Erie, Pennsylvania, said he laughed, thinking she was joking.
Apparently, she wasn’t.
In this day and age, it’s entirely possible she was ghosting him.
But we digress.
He followed up his original tweet, which went viral, with a request for those who can accept his flaws, “such as being from Kentucky and being too caring,” to contact him.
Naturally, he got some pretty good responses.
Like from this person, who said what we’re all thinking.
And from these people, who could speak to the power of love across state lines.
The alleged subject of the tweet even chimed in.
Whether or not it was because of Kentucky, though, Zimmer seemed to find more than a few potential dates who could look past his place of residence.
We hope Zimmer finds the true love that he deserves, be it in Cincinnati or elsewhere.
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