Your Co-Star is telling you to "embrace the now with grace," but you've been wearing the same sweatpants for three days and forget what going outside feels like. The good news? Your coronavirus crush is coming along swimmingly: You've texted back and forth, exchanged a few nudes, and even discussed how nice it would be if you could social distance together. But there's a slight catch: Whenever you bring up the prospect of going on an actual date in the real world, you get left on read. How will your love last past quarantine?
Friend, if this is happening to you, you might be getting coronazoned.
The pandemic-pegged cousin of "friendzoning", coronazoning can be defined as engaging in flirty, romantic, and/or sexual conversation with someone you have no intention of dating once social-distancing is over, solely because self-isolation is leaving you bored and lonely.
And like getting friendzoned, it absolutely sucks.
If you're worried your COVID-19 courtship won't make it past incubation, here are five signs you might be getting coronazoned.