TikTokers claim this equation will tell you when you'll meet your soulmate

Don’t worry, it doesn’t take long division to find your soulmate.Apparently, all it takes is some addition, a little subtraction and knowledge of your parents’ birthdays.That’s at least according to a new “love equation” that has been going viral on TikTok for the past few months.The equation, which claims to calculate the exact date you’ll meet your soulmate, is leaving some users excited for the future.while others are rightfully dubious of the whole concept.the calculation works like this: You take the month and day of your birthday (ex: 07/04) and add that to your mom’s birthday. Then subtract your dad’s birthday from that number.The result is allegedly the month and day on which you’ll meet your soulmate.For the year, you take the number of letters in your name, then subtract the number of vowels (for example, the name “Kevin” would be five letters minus two vowels, so a total of three).You then add that number to the current year, and combine that year with the month and date from your first calculation.The equation is clearly meant as a joke, and most TikTokers seemed to enjoy giving it a spin regardless of their results.That said, it’s probably not a great idea to bank on this as a replacement for going on actual dates

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