"I can't believe I'm seeing her right now", Avsec said when they both got out of their chairs to lock eyes and hug for the first time.
If you haven't been following the story of Michelle and Josh, the Tinder couple, where have you been the last couple of weeks? The two then began a three-year-long conversation, giving each other creative excuses for their extremely delayed responses with each message, including amusing one-liners such as "Presidents Day had me swamped".
And it's been going on like this month after month.
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"One day I'm going to meet this girl and it's going to be epic". "Look at the dates of our Tinder texts".
Keen to take the company up on its offer, Josh replied saying: "After a long debate over your unbelievably generous offer, our dream first-date would be in Hawaii". It was the first interaction the two had outside of Tinder. What started out as a joke may be the beginning of a match made in Tinder Heaven.
"I was like a deer in the headlights, because I didn't expect that", Avsec told PEOPLE.
Speaking to People, Michelle said: "I will definitely say that I'm excited, but I might be more nervous about the whole gravity of the trip". Sign up now for the Us Weekly newsletter!
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