Proudly ushering in a new era of modern romance, the phrase “favoriting tweets” appeared this past weekend in the iconic New York Times Vows column, which highlights the love story of one couple who has recently said "I do." Andrew Gregory and Casey Mc Intyre were this weekend's couple.
Their love story took a turn when the couple broke up for a brief time in 2012.
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However, it's really eight years later and as much as it feels like time has stopped, the former tween stars couldn't be more grown up.
After almost a decade, it's evident Disney is once again responsible for scouting out another group of talented hopefuls turned megawatt stars.
Gregory decided he wanted to win Mc Intrye back and took an unconventional approach to do so, by "randomly 'favoriting' her tweets." Twitter favorites have been touted as a flirting option in the past.
In 2014, Time Magazine wrote a guide to types of Twitter favorites. The "flirt fav." Bullett Media also snarkily explored potential meanings behind the act of favoriting, and the first possible intention listed was flirting.
Oh, and basically everyone she knows and has been training with at the CIA (and FBI?Selena Gomez and Joe Jonas' band, DNCE, are on tour this summer—as are Demi and Nick.Plus, all four of them have singles steadily holding high spots on the music charts.) is there for some reason so she doesn’t know who is in on it and who isn’t.Also, I think Wyland mentions something about Alex’s fiance Ryan (prime suspect for being the fellow Farm trainee turned terrorist) being her ex-husband? The show flashes back to Alex’s days with Ryan and co. You can hear the exposition in the dialogue and feel it in your heart (actually I don’t even know what that means, sorry). People barely take a breath to stop talking and relaying information to one another.