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LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 24: The "Tinder" app logo is seen on a mobile phone screen on November 24, 2016 in London, England. Following a number of deaths linked to the use of anonymous online dating apps, the police have warned users to be aware of the risks involved, following the growth in the scale of violence and sexual assaults linked to their use. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

People who are on Tinder know that for most “matches,” they come and go. Even the matches who you message with. You may go back and forth for a little bit but usually if you don’t plan to meet up for some face time, the conversation dies out. That’s not the case for these two Kent State University students who matched on Tinder three years ago! Not only did they match with each other three years ago but they have managed to keep the conversation going for that time period.. without any face to face time.

Michelle Arendas, 21, and Josh Avsec, 22, matched on Tinder back in September of 2014. After years of back-and-forth messaging with no face time, Good Morning America decided to bring them on and have them meet for the first time in front of an audience of millions!

 

 

 

Then this happened…

 

 

Needless to say, that first date is going to be EPIC! We wonder how long they will last!