- Jeremy Cohen, just like other Americans in quarantine, was stuck home and quite bored with the isolation.
- But then he saw a woman dancing on the rooftop nearby and he felt like he just had to meet her.
- So he flew his drone with his phone number towards her and the rest is something we all look forward to.
As the saying goes, “Love conquers all,” not even a pandemic can stop a man in love from finding a way—just like Jeremy Cohen, a New Yorker who is in self-quarantine but has found a way to get connected with a neighbor by flying a drone to give her his number after he saw her dancing on a rooftop.
Jeremy is a music photographer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn. He has worked with big stars in the entertainment industry such as Miley Cyrus and Lizzo. But now, he is one of the many Americans becoming quite bored with the isolation, having not much to do—that is until he saw someone gracefully dancing on a rooftop nearby.
“I thought she was really cute from far away,” Jeremy told The New York Post. “During this quarantine, I think everyone is fiending for social interaction. I was like, ‘Oh my god, a girl. I haven’t seen one for so long.’”
Being a filmmaker, it has come naturally for him to document such exciting moments like this. In a series of videos that have now become viral, Jeremy and his girl crush are seen waving to each other, sadly the distance is too great to even make a conversation.
Driven by the necessity and a sudden surge of inspiration, Jeremy wrote his phone number on a paper, attached it to a drone and flies it towards the “cute” woman.
Tori Cignarella, the dancing girl on the rooftop, has also sparked interest since posting on Instagram her kind of life in quarantine.
“I was actually hanging out with my roommate … and I was actually doing the dance from ‘High School Musical, We’re All in this Together,’” Tori said.
“I was not expecting to get a phone number out of it. We could see his balcony pretty clearly from where we were on the roof and he basically just kind of shouted over to me,” she added.
Jeremy said on the Tiktok video that it is “normally daunting” for him to flirt and that he is a hopeless romantic.
In another video, both of them can be seen as having a romantic meal from each other’s balconies.
Here is part 1, 2, and 3 of “Quarantine Cutie” all in one tweet pic.twitter.com/L9pnEV4oZM— Jeremy Cohen (@jerm_cohen) March 29, 2020
“This date is going really well,” Jeremy said in a post. “Depending on how long this quarantine lasts, I might just end up in a long-distance relationship with someone who lives across the street.”
They are laughing and having a good time while on FaceTime. Jeremy has decided, “It’s time to take this relationship to the next level,” while looking at the camera with passionate eyes.
Source: Good News Network