#bumble | #tinder | #pof Couple who moved in together after one date to spend lockdown together reveal they take daily audit

Woman who moved in with man she’d been on one date with for lockdown sparks furore by revealing they do a ‘daily audit’ to make sure they’ve exercised three times, meditated and listened to a podcast together

  • Speaking to the Guardian, a couple revealed they exercise three times a day
  • They added they take daily audit to check they’ve mediated, listened to a podcast together, cooked and had a deep chat about their families or childhoods
  • Extract of the article was shared on Twitter where many branded routine ‘exhausting’ and revealed they were drinking gin and eating jaffa cakes instead 

When lockdown measures were put into place in March, couples were advised to move-in together or stay apart for the duration.

And one brave pair who took the plunge to move in after just one date have caused quite a furore on social media, after revealing they exercise together three times a day and do a daily audit to make sure they’ve meditated, listened to a podcast together, cooked and had a ‘deep chat’ about their families or childhoods.

Speaking to the Guardian, teacher Jack McGarey, 31, and marketer Francesca Elizabeth Williams, 33, from Crowthorne, Berkshire revealed their very strict lockdown habits. 

Speaking to the Guardian , teacher Jack McGarey, 31, and marketer Francesca Elizabeth Williams (pictured),  33, from Crowthorne, Berkshire revealed their very strict lockdown habits after moving in together after just one date

Journalist Eimear McGovern posted a screenshot of the article saying ‘thank god my relationship isn’t like this’ and dozens replied echoing her thoughts.

The pair moved in together after matching on dating app Bumble and going on a socially distanced walk.

After the date went well, Jack invited Francesca over for dinner, and moved the furniture two metres apart to not break measures.

 ‘Obviously, the night started with social distancing,’ Francesca told the publication, ‘but as the night wore on and we had a few glasses of wine, we didn’t keep our distance.’

Two days later, the lockdown began and Jack told Francesca to ‘grab her gym kit and laptop’ and move in. 

After an extract of the Guardian article was posted on Twitter , many were quick to share their shock at the very Type-A relationship

Jack also told the Guardian that he’s almost said ‘I love you’ a few times, but thought it was ‘too soon’. 

After an extract of the Guardian article was posted on Twitter, many were quick to share their shock at the very Type-A relationship.

Journalist Eimear McGovern posted a screenshot of the article saying ‘thank god my relationship isn’t like this’ and dozens replied echoing her thoughts.  

Many said the routine was ‘exhausting’ and said they were sticking to jaffa cakes not exercise in lockdown

‘He told her to “Grab your gym kit and your laptop, and come over.” Gym kit? It’s a global pandemic lockdown. The only thing I’m grabbing is jaffa cakes’ said one.

 ‘I’m obsessed with the audit at the end of the day’ added another.

‘This reminds me of Monica from friends. Both of these people are Monica’ commented a third.

‘Jesus christ. That’s EXHAUSTING’ one Twitter user added.

‘Nope…. Nope nope nope..’ posted another.’

‘I’ve never been more OK with living alone in lockdown’ wrote a sixth.  

The idea of a daily audit was too much for some, who declared they would rather remain single




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