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  • - Now, I'm from Boston, and if you know Bostonians,

  • you probably know that St. Patty's Day is pretty much

  • as big a deal as Christmas to us, and why wouldn't it?

  • You get to go to bars, you get to drink Guinness all day,

  • you get to hang out with all your friends.

  • It is awesome, but you would think with all the information

  • going on about coronavirus people would take a step back

  • and maybe not go out to the bars.

  • That was not the case.

  • Yesterday, bars in South Boston had

  • to shut down their restaurants because there were lines

  • running out the door of people trying to pack into the bar

  • for St. Patty's Day, and this made me realize

  • that perhaps people don't realize the severity

  • of what we're going into and it's because we

  • as humans are naturally very social beings

  • and loneliness can be incredibly painful.

  • So I want to create this quick video for all

  • of you out there who are single right now and still want

  • to date during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Keep watching.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Hey there, Adam Lodolce from sexyconfidence.com

  • where I help you create your love story,

  • and this video is for both men and women

  • because I really want to educate as best as possible

  • what it is you can do to get out there and be able

  • to find love and be able to keep your dating life alive

  • during this incredibly tumultuous time we find ourselves in,

  • and this is the first ever video that I have ever released

  • for Sexy Confidence that is for both men and women

  • because I think this topic is so important right now.

  • So here are five dating tips that I think you can use

  • during this pandemic.

  • Number one is practice social distancing.

  • Now like I said, this would seem pretty obvious based

  • on the science that is coming out right now

  • to basically just not go to crowded places.

  • However, based on what I've been seeing,

  • people are just not doing this and it's for whatever reason,

  • whether they are lonely or they just don't get it.

  • Right now, do not go to any place,

  • I don't care if it's a bar, club, restaurant that has

  • over 50 people in it, and really you should be going out

  • as little as humanly possible.

  • Tip number two is to use all the technology

  • we have available to avoid a loneliness pandemic.

  • We are going into a time right now

  • that is completely unprecedented, but the good news is

  • we have a lot of tools that we can use to stay connected

  • to people, and I don't believe that texting is really enough

  • because it's inevitable that we're all going to feel lonely

  • over the next few months, whether or not you live

  • with someone or you're married

  • or if you're completely single right now.

  • So be sure to use all the technology you have available

  • to you.

  • Use Skype, use FaceTime, call old friends,

  • and really put in that energy to stay connected as much

  • as possible where you can actually see

  • people's facial expressions and really be able to connect

  • with them on a more real level than just texting,

  • and if right now you're talking to someone or you're kind

  • of like dating someone, just tell them to FaceTime you.

  • Actually tell them to do that because without a pandemic,

  • it's not that socially normal to always be FaceTiming people

  • but I would say that right now it's perfectly normal

  • to tell people like, look, send me that FaceTime.

  • I'd love to see your face.

  • Tip number three is if the person you're dating

  • or talking to doesn't believe in the severity

  • of the coronavirus, then do not see that person right now.

  • The problem with this whole virus right now is

  • that the people who don't believe in this are the people

  • who are going around touching doorknobs,

  • not washing their hands, not using hand sanitizer,

  • touching their face, and then going around and touching you,

  • and exposing yourself to that type of person is really

  • the same thing as having unprotected sex with someone

  • who doesn't believe in condoms.

  • That person is definitely not the person you want

  • to sleep with without the condom.

  • Just the other day, I was out with one of my buddies

  • and he happened to run into one of his really old friends.

  • My buddy goes and gives him a fist bump and then I go

  • to give him a fist bump to introduce myself

  • and the guy goes, nah dude, I don't believe in that stuff

  • and he goes like this.

  • Now, at the time I really didn't know what to do

  • and I regrettably actually shook his hand,

  • and then two seconds later I went to the bathroom

  • and washed my hands, and that's not

  • because I'm super paranoid, it's because that dude

  • doesn't believe in the coronavirus and he's going

  • around shaking my hand.

  • So who knows what other (beep) that dude is touching?

  • Now dating tip number four, and this is gray area,

  • and this is as of March 16 when I'm shooting this video

  • if you are both healthy, then it is acceptable

  • to see someone that you're dating or talking to.

  • Now, I should say that I'm not a scientist.

  • I do not work for the CDC, but I've done my research

  • and it appears that people are not saying

  • that you can't come in contact with other people,

  • but that definitely could change over the next couple days.

  • So if you are dating someone or you're talking

  • to someone right now, don't go to public places

  • where there are going to be a lot of other people.

  • Maybe just go for a walk.

  • Like Jessica and I have been going for a ton of walks.

  • It's been amazing.

  • There are a lot of people outside.

  • Luckily, the weather here in Boston

  • has been absolutely incredible.

  • Try to do things where you can get outside,

  • can kind of enjoy life again, but not be surrounded

  • by other people, and finally dating tip number five

  • which is really a personal recommendation that I would do

  • if I were single and that is to not go on any new dates

  • for the next two weeks.

  • Personally, I think the smartest thing

  • to do is just practice social distancing.

  • Don't go out with people that you don't know already

  • because you have no idea how lackadaisical they are

  • about this whole coronavirus thing, but still,

  • you can still connect with people on apps,

  • you can connect with people on your online dating profiles,

  • you can still talk to them on the phone.

  • You can even FaceTime.

  • Really build those connections so that

  • when this finally does flatline and start to go down,

  • you'll have a lot of options of people to go out with,

  • and personally I'm finding that this is a great time

  • to just take a step back and work on yourself.

  • You can really learn new skills when it comes to dating

  • and socializing, and if you would like to work on this area

  • of your life, definitely head on over to sexyconfidence.com.

  • We have a ton of free information there as well as some

  • of my premium courses that can help you

  • through every single stage of finding love and keeping love,

  • and also finally before you go, I'd love to hear from you

  • in the comments right here below.

  • How is coronavirus affecting your dating life?

  • And be sure to share this video with other people,

  • both men and women, because really, we are all

  • in this together and I do believe that

  • if we can all band together and unite and just push

  • through this really hard time with social distancing,

  • we can push past this virus and finally go back

  • to life as we knew it.

  • Thank you so much for watching

  • and I'll speak to you very soon, buh-bye.

- Now, I'm from Boston, and if you know Bostonians,

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