American Woman’s Sweet Love Story of Falling for the Delivery Man Raises Red Flags for Some People

American Woman’s Sweet Love Story of Falling for the Delivery Man Raises Red Flags for Some People

  • One woman took a chance on a delivery man and hasn't looked back in four years
  • Twitter user @traciafanclub shared the cute story, revealing she let a stranger into her home
  • People were not all for the stranger danger part of the dodgy sushi but prayed it continued to workout

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A lady from America shared how she fell for the deliveryman, and her sweet story raised some red flags for people. High risk equals high reward, right?

Twitter user @traciafanclub shared the cute story, revealing she let a stranger into her home
Twitter user @traciafanclub shared the cute story, revealing she let a stranger into her home, and people tripped. Image: Twitter / @traciafanclub
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Online dating and social media have made for some of the sweetest love stories, but it turns out that that is not the only form of technology bringing people together.

American woman shares how she fell for the delivery man

Twitter user @traciafanclub shared the cute story of how she and her man of four years met. Sis ordered some sushi and had a door dash man deliver it, not knowing she was about to meet her soul mate.

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The man got lost, and so they started chatting. She felt so connected to the man that she ended up inviting him in, and the rest was history.

Read the full story below:

“He was my door dash driver and was having trouble finding my apartment so he called and the conversation flowed so naturally I ended up inviting him inside to eat the sushi I ordered from Shell gas station. We talked for hours and have been together every day since. It’s been four years.”

People share the red flags that went up for them while reading the love story

While it is cute and seemed to have worked out well, and some peeps were for it, many people made it clear that they are never letting a stranger into their house, no matter how great the conversation is. Others also had a lot of questions about the sushi the good sis ordered from a petrol station, lol.

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Read some of the comments:

@I_Am_Winter said:

“Let me order food.”

@nkaynnaji said:

“I think; I need to be kinder offer him sushi”

@sisquo_delgado said:

“I am not sure what was most scary; inviting a stranger into your home, or ordering sushi from a gas station?! I will go with sushi, gas station ”

@KhiyaElise said:

“I met an ex of mine at a grocery store. I wish it didn’t play out the way it did but the first six months were amazing. I hope y’all are able to stay together and love each other through thick and thin. Be kind, patient, and humble. Please ”

@Spexialk8 said:

“I was shocked that you said you let him in, but when you said you got sushi from the gas station it makes sense. Not scared of anything.”

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh published earlier that a young lady took to social media to share photos of her engagement with the man she met online.

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In a Twitter post, @thatssoairee shared a screenshot of the first conversation with the stranger who slid into her DM to give her a chance @Jannifergerald asked: "Congratulations guys, this is so beautiful ... I would ask again what version of Twitter are y'all using?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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