This Woman’s Obsession With A Twitter Account Got Way Out Of Hand

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I’m pretty sure we’ve all had the occasional rush hour crush – glancing at somebody on the train and smiling awkwardly inside your head and wondering what you could potentially become – but have you ever had a faceless Twitter crush?

Nope, me neither.

But this woman found love with the man behind Waterstone’s Oxford Street’s Twitter account, and got in touch to say so.

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Over three years ago, self-confessed book lover, Victoria O’Brien posted the below tweet:

Fast forward four years and Victoria is married to the man behind WStonesOxfordSt.

Quoting Jane Eyre, Victoria posted: ‘Dear reader, I married him’.

Apparently, after Ms O’Brien’s tweet, she was dared to get a date with him, and when she made a pivotal typo in one of her messages to this faceless Romeo.

Following the typo, Jonathan got in touch.

Victoria said:

It took a couple of months – Jonathan ignored my first tweet but the second had a typo and he picked up on that.

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So if you love an anonymous Twitter user then all you’ve got to do is send a tweet to them saying so, and then another, and another, and another, and fingers crossed you’ll be wed in a matter of years – failing that you’ll get a harassment order, but it’s worth a try right.

Who says love is dead eh?


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The Telegraph

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