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Man Sent Email to 246 Women Named Nicole; the Nicoles Organized Meet-Up Without Him

Opheli Garcia Lawler

A University of Calgary man named Carlos Zetina chose a dramatic and borderline-creepy route of action in pursuit of a woman he’d only known for a night. After taking a girl named Nicole and her friend home from a bar near the university, Carlos asked Nicole for her number, Buzzfeed reports. The number she gave him turned out not to work, and instead of taking that as a hint that she wasn’t interested, he decided to email all 246 Nicoles with University of Calgary emails.

The email, which has since gone viral, read: “Hi, this is a mass email to all Nicoles,” he wrote. “If you don’t fit this description then ignore and if you are the one and just don’t want to talk to me that’s okay as well.”

He also gave specifics about the Nicole he met before. She is from Holland and thinks “Nietzsche is depressing.” Carlos didn’t learn from men before him who tried to reach out to groups of women while looking for love, and the Nicoles quickly formed a separate email chain and a Facebook page.

As for the Nicoles who were united by Carlos, they have formed a small community, and intend to meet up again in the future.

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