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​People Are Feeling Single AF After Watching Netflix Rom-Com Dash & Lily

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​People Are Feeling Single AF After Watching Netflix Rom-Com Dash & Lily

New festive Netflix rom-com Dash & Lily is already winning over its fans with just how adorable it is, but the new show is also leaving viewers feeling a little glum, and they're taking to Twitter to share how the show is making them feel single AF.

The Christmas-themed series is set around New York teenagers Dash (Austin Abrams), a cynical boy who hates anything festive, and Lily (Midori Francis), who love all things Christmas. The story starts with a red book of dares that Lily leaves in a bookshop and Dash's bid to get to know the mysterious writer.

Midori Francis plays Lily, a massive fan of Christmas (Credit: Netflix)
Midori Francis plays Lily, a massive fan of Christmas (Credit: Netflix)

The cute show is based on the YA novel series Dash and Lily's Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn.

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If you need a reminder of what the show is all about, take a look at the trailer below:

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And, as cute as the series is, it's also leaving fans feeling their single status more than ever.

One Twitter user praised the show but lamented at how single they were:

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"Dash and Lily was immaculate and also reminded me how painfully single I am," they wrote, and it's a double-edged sword.

While a second took to Twitter to explain how bingeing the show made them feel "single for 4 hours straight".

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"It's shows like Dash and Lily that are the reason I'm single," said a third and we feel you.

Austin Abrams plays cynical Dash (Credit: Netflix)
Austin Abrams plays cynical Dash (Credit: Netflix)
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And it seems as though the show has reminded others of just how lonely they are:

"The plot of Dash and Lily is so cute i have never felt more lonely and single," said another.


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Meanwhile, one fan of the series was fully embracing the single life while bingeing the series.

And same tbh.

Dash & Lily is now available to stream on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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Aneira Davies
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