"So, you have two personalities?"
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Für Dominique Joelle waren die vergangenen Wochen sehr anstrengend. "Ich hatte große Angst", sagt die 29-Jährige. Seit dem Wahlsieg von Donald Trump fürchtet sie, zum zweiten Mal ihre Krankenversicherung zu verlieren. Jetzt kann sie vorerst aufatmen. In der vergangenen Woche scheiterte der bislang letzte Versuch der Republikaner, Obamacare abzuschaffen.
Dinner dates can be loaded with pressure: Do you pick a romantic restaurant? What do you order? Wait, which fork do you use again? To help relieve that anxiety, Olive Garden is apparently offering up love lessons to its customers. (Yeah, we can't really believe it either.)
Forget your mom, or your best friend, or even the Hamburgler. Olive Garden is officially the king (or queen) of dating advice. On Thursday, the Italian restaurant chain took to Twitter to dole out its dating wisdom to the masses using the hashtag, #AskAlfredo, kicked off by Dominique Joelle.
Let's be real. In today's ridiculously modern day and age, there are countless resources for those of us looking for some solid dating advice. There's your trusty squad for sure, complete with your BFF, your mom, maybe even your therapist - all just a quick text message away.
As Olive Garden used to say "when you're here, you're family," and America's favorite chain Nonna is getting ready to weigh in on your love life. @OliveGarden is serving up some piping hot dating advice, and it is just as free as their breadsticks. P