Reddit users are hopeful they can help identify the mystery woman who penned a love letter on an airline’s barf bag to her best friend.
A person who claimed to have found the letter in an aircraft he or she was cleaning last year took to Reddit to share the finding, writing “wherever you are, I hope it went well for you.” Now people want to find the woman, identified only as Andrea, to get an update on her story.
“If you’re reading this, hello 🙂 My name is Andrea and I am incredibly bored. Right now this flight is going from Miami to DC. I’m 21,” the letter begins.
“So I bought the ticket last night at 4 am because I have a huge crush on my best friend. He’s flying from Boston to New Orleans and has a layover in DC. I actually live in DC and was gonna go up soon anyway so I thought why not, I’ll surprise him at the airport during his layover. I’m gonna tell him I have a crush on him.”
“I don’t really know what I’m gonna say but I’m just gonna wing it. Why not I mean I’m leaving so who cares. I dunno man wish me luck whoever you are…Do me a favor and do something crazy today like I am. Good luck whoever you are..”
Plenty of Reddit users upvoted the post to help it gain traction in hopes that they could find Andrea to see how her love story ended. Some savvy internet sleuths even lined up the dates of her study abroad and may have pinpointed her to certain school programs.
A user writes, “Doing my bit to find Andrea, she went to the Spring 2018 Semester, her timeline aligns with one of these three options in Australia…La Trobe University Melbourne to study something in Business, Health and Exercise Science & Liberal Art…University of Melbourne to study something in STEM, Business, Liberal Arts & Social Science…University of Technology Sydney to study something in Design, Business, Engineering, Media & Information Technology.”
Another writes, “I actually found a specific program that matches her dates exactly — Arcadia University.”
“Alright Reddit let’s do that thing and figure out who Andrea is and what happened to her,” another shared.
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