It's not easy to date a comedian - you never know when they're kidding around. It's something Mike Recine proved on Twitter.
Recine told his girlfriend he wrote her a poem, then he sent her the lyrics to the theme song for King of Queens. She loved it and now all of Twitter is trying the trick out.
I told my girlfriend I wrote her a poem but it was just the theme song to King of Queens. pic.twitter.com/2B1H6n7XtX— Mike Recine (@mikerecine) August 29, 2017
It turns out it's working!
Wow...this actually worked 😂 pic.twitter.com/H8bDHwnetw— Vince Lamartina, MPA (@vincelamartina) August 31, 2017
Totes worked! pic.twitter.com/OmjHqxvsFL— Eric Coughlin (@EricCoughlin1) August 29, 2017
I think it worked pic.twitter.com/SBgiyzyTbU— Tyler Morris (@TyTy_28) August 31, 2017
This really does work. pic.twitter.com/7E0alrsKD2— Andrew Johnson (@andjohns114) August 30, 2017
Pure gold! pic.twitter.com/LeVyL2Njs8— jackson (@Jkrooker) August 30, 2017
It works 😂 pic.twitter.com/7lwhPCqj1P— Deeej ⚾️ (@Diamond_Deeeej) August 30, 2017
But it doesn't always work:
Uhhhh she caught on pic.twitter.com/HeHeGosU2s— Eric Coughlin (@EricCoughlin1) August 29, 2017
Yeah it didn't work pic.twitter.com/cYZLGeL0gg— Kody Knight (@Twoo_Ks) August 30, 2017
that didn't even work for a second... pic.twitter.com/dYmvE61QoS— Michael Padula (@fasn_) August 30, 2017
Some people are even having success with other themes... kind of:
Dude it totally worked check mine out pic.twitter.com/TRUTqkF0cH— Jason Zaro (@jzaro) August 30, 2017
At least it wasn't the Seinfeld theme.
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