#PlaneBae: Switched seats lead to budding airplane romance and viral story

#PlaneBae: Switched seats lead to budding airplane romance and viral story

WHEN a woman asked a fellow plane passenger if they could switch seats so she could sit next to her boyfriend, she had no idea it would set in motion a modern day love story that could warm even the coldest of hearts.

The Internet's excitement began brewing early Tuesday when USA actress and photographer Rosey Blair took to Twitter to share that she had switched seats on an Alaska Airlines flight to Dallas, Texas so that she could sit with her boyfriend.

The Twitter thread used photos and short videos to chronicle what happened when a man sat down next to the woman and they appeared to quickly hit it off.

As soon as the mystery woman switched seats, things got off to a flying start, with her and her new buddy beginning to flirt and talk about all of the things they had in common.

After taking a trip to the bathroom together, the loved-up strangers were overheard discussing what they wanted out of life. However, we still don't know who our mystery woman is.

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By this point in the plane ride, Rosey's tweets had gathered thousands of avid followers, who were just as keen to see the two get together as she was. Well, the internet is certainly rooting for one.

What unfolded was a series of Instagram stories, detailing the new seatmates' blossoming romance, including their conversation topics, slight elbow movements, and even the cheese board they had shared on board.

The Twitter thread has received over 348,000 retweets and more than 868,000 likes since then.

One person who came across Blair's thread and had the best reaction to the love story was the man featured in it.

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A man named Euan Holden said he was involved, and he thanked everyone on Twitter for their support.

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