A woman has garnered attention on social media after sharing a video of herself strolling through New York City streets with a sign reading, "Looking for a husband."
Karolina Geits, a 29-year-old resident of New York City, recently roamed the avenues with her handmade cardboard sign expressing her desire.
On Tuesday, Geits shared with Fox News Digital that the sign's conception was initially a playful idea amongst her circle of friends.
"We had a discussion with friends that dating apps [were] not working because it takes a long time to chat," she said.
"As a joke, I said that I’ll go outside with a sign."
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The following day, she acted on her words.
Using a cardboard box she had gotten from a delivery, she tore a section, inscribed "Looking for a husband", and ventured outdoors, she recounted.
Since its upload on September 3, her TikTok footage has amassed over 10 million views and received 1.2 million likes.
@karolinageits I think I got one ???? #model #reactionvideo #viralvideo #walkingdownthestreet #peoplesreaction #reaction #paparazzi #prank #lookingforahusband #viralnyc ♬ original sound - Karolina Geits
Responses from fellow TikTok users have been largely positive.
Numerous individuals have praised her for the inventive approach.
"You know what … this might just work LOL," commented one user.
A different user remarked, "I think I found my next adventure."
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