These 13 Tweets About The Pressure To Date Before Winter Hits Are Too Real

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Around this time last year, it was beginning to look at lot like cuffing season. But considering we're in the midst of a global pandemic, I have a feeling cuffing season 2020 is going to look a little bit different. Colder weather is on its way, which means dating during the pandemic is going to get even trickier. Hiking, biking, and outdoor dining dates won't seem quite as fun when the temps drop, and not everyone is comfortable taking date night indoors. If you're looking for a boo, then these tweets about dating during the pandemic and cuffing season will have you relating hard.

Winter is coming, but that doesn't mean you have to stop dating. You can always go on virtual dates via FaceTime or Zoom, and you can still enjoy an outdoor date if you're brave enough to face the elements. However, I'm afraid you'll have to bid adieu to those park picnics and beach dates. The time for outdoor dates is a-ticking, and some people who are looking to find a boo before the winter holidays are def feeling the pressure. If you're hoping to land a snuggle buddy (or a friend with benefits) before the cold weather hits, then here are some people who get your struggle.

This Valid Question

Will people be randomly assigned a winter quarantine buddy? Do I have to find one myself? Please advise.

This Clear Message

It's not you, cuffing season — it's COVID-19.

This Terrifying Dating Trend

"COVID-Zombies" sounds like the title of a movie I really don't want to watch.

This Bold Move

Another COVID-Zombie is on the loose!

This Unfortunate Prospect

If you expect nothing, then you're never disappointed.

This Open Invitation

It's time to shoot your shot, friends. You've got nothing to lose.

This Application Process

People who refuse to social distance or wear a mask need not apply.

This Season's Greeting

Honestly, this doesn't sound so bad.

This Desperate Situation

Can I make WLB (winter lockdown bae) a thing?

This Important Notice

This is not a drill, people. You need to take this seriously.

This Fair Warning

Ladies and gentlemen, let the Hunger Games (and the thirst traps) begin!

This Scary Prediction

Spoiler alert: the pandemic likely won't be figured out before the weather turns cold.

This Sad Pastime

This one hits especially hard.

Get ready for those dating app messages to start pouring in, everybody.