Valentine's Day is upon us, or Singles Awareness Day, depending on your point of view. This year, Valentine's Day also happens to coincide with the Winter Olympics being held in PyeongChang, South Korea. Edd Dracott, a reporter for PA, decided to merge the two events on Twitter, and explain feelings we've all felt on Valentine's Day from the perspective of the Winter Olympics.
Slide in there.
Don't respong right away, you don't want to look desperate.
No. Single people can't eat on Valentine's Day.
That's a terrible idea.
It's ok, Easter is just around the corner.
Who knew that ice-based sports could so accurately describe Valentine's Day?
People loved the memes, obviously.
Some even had suggestions of their own.
Some Twitter users even had their own crossover memes.
Some have even been setting their location to PyeongChang in the hopes of matching with Olympians on Valentine's Day.
All of these Olympics tweets and all I can think about is how lit tinder must be in Pyeongchang rn— LT (@LouisTweetz) February 12, 2018
Word around the street is that athletes here for the Olympics are hitting up Tinder while they're in town. LOL— Mary Beth Estes (@drmubpepper) February 12, 2018
With the Olympics in Korea this year, Tinder is poppin🔥— Steve Nasiatka (@steve_nas27) February 12, 2018
I have not seen any thinkpieces this year about how Tinder is blowing up in Olympic Village due to hot sexy athlete hookups, so I'm forced to conclude the Olympics isn't really happening.— Lizzie B. (@lizzie_b) February 12, 2018
Your first 2018 winter Olympics record, 110,000 condoms will be distributed, 37.6 per sportman 👏 😋 , pretty sure tinder and grindr will be soon overloaded #pyeongchang2018 #winterolympics #winterolympics2018 #condom https://t.co/NHZQ4ltzyb pic.twitter.com/Zk8b6f7Q93— Sara S. Butler (@sarasbutler) February 1, 2018
Enjoy yourselves, Olympians.