die-hards were instantly hooked on Allie and Noah's improbable, whirlwind summer romance when it came out in 2004. We sobbed with Allie when not one of Noah's 365 letters made it to her.
We cheered when they made out in the rain years later.
The unforgettable "if you're a bird, I'm a bird" line earned a permanent spot on our Myspace profiles.
But while impressionable tweens were dreaming about Allie And Noah's love story to end all love stories, editor Daniel Jones was paging through real-life love stories for a new column.
He is one of the most followed writers of all-time and he generally focuses his article towards the problems that society is facing these days.
and I had gone on maybe three dates, but we were still exchanging the occasional text months after the last time we saw each other. Instead, we were engaged in this bizarre textual limbo.It was cute, in a weird-text-from-your-little-brother’s-friend kind of way.I pressed a play button and my i Phone filled with a Patrick montage set to music.And after spending over a decade immersed in other people's stories, he has unique insight into the wild, unpredictable, and exciting world of twentysomething dating.I hopped on the phone with him to find out what he had to say about it.