Girl Looking For “Cute” Guy In Jewel Changi Shake Shack Queue On 19 Dec

Tis’ the season of giving. Ho, ho, ho. As a gift to a young girl on Twitter, we’ll be talking about her recent (22 Dec) Twitter post where she asks readers to help her find a “handsome” lad.

The lad had been standing in the queue in front of her at Jewel Shake Shack on 19 Dec. They supposedly made eye-contact about 10 times. And we all know what wonders does a deliberate meeting of the eyes.

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Girl spots handsome guy at Jewel Shake Shack

Just to be sure you got the details, he was wearing a white shirt, grey jeans and black bracelet. If you have a friend who dressed like that while queuing for Shake Shack on 19 Dec, please inform him that he is much desired by a young lady on Twitter.

The lad’s physical beauty has so gripped her that she was compelled to tell her friend that “[he’s really] handsome,” and upload the screenshot of their conversation onto her Twitter page.

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Not the first time someone is doing this

Social media has become quite a powerful tool for doing something like what the girl on Twitter is doing. One popular page where this happens frequently is Facebook page NUSWhispers.

For those of you who are not familiar, the page is an unofficial school page where you can ask, discuss or rant anonymously — or, in relation to this article, tell your crush that you like her/him.

Below are a few examples.

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We hope Twitter girl eventually gets a response from that dashing lad who stood in front of her and made eye contact with her. If all goes well and lasts, that will be quite a story to tell to the kids.

Featured image adapted from SQTalk.





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