In an attempt to find a woman he met at a bar, a University of Calgary student emailed 246 women named Nicole.
Carlos Zetina, a first-year student at the school, emailed the Nicoles after the one he met at a bar gave him the wrong number.
Naturally, all the Nicoles banded together to create a Facebook group and met up without him.
It turns out the Nicole he met is an exchange student and didn’t receive the email.
Nicole and Zetina are “planning to hang out maybe next week.”
Dating can be hard — especially in college. But on the rarest occasion, life imitates rom-com.
Just take it from, Carlos Zetina, a first-year student at the University of Calgary. On September 7, he sent out a mass email to every single woman named Nicole at his school to track down the woman he’d met at a bar the night before who had given him the wrong number.
“Hi this is a mass email to all Nicoles. If you don’t fit this description then ignore and if you are the one and just want to talk to me that’s ok as well,” he wrote. “If your name is Nicole and you’re from Holland and you think Nietzsche is depressing then text me [phone number redacted].”
So, what exactly was their meet-cute?
“I’m Carlos btw I’m the guy who took you and your friend home last night,” he wrote.
The email was sent to 247 women affiliated with the University named some variation of Nicole — some were students, faculty, or even deans, per BuzzFeed News.
The Nicoles on the email chain quickly formed a community.
“Almost immediately Carlos was cut out of the email chain and it was just the Nicole clan going back and forth,” NicoleDuGraye, a …read more
Source:: Business Insider