The zoo can be a pretty magical place when the ground is covered in snow.
INDIANAPOLIS — If you’re single, then you know the deal.
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For some singles, there’s an innate desire to find a mate before the cold weather moves in.The next time you decide to grab grocery store sushi on a Wednesday night, keep your eyes peeled for love.As I was saying yesterday, the winter months can be an especially rough time for dating, because it's just so damn cold that no one wants to go out and socialize.(Winter can be especially tough across the northern states, so having someone to cuddle with is almost as important as eggs, bread and milk.)But no matter where you live in the U.S., this time of year is known as “cuffing season.”You can thank single girls, Black Twitter and anyone born in the '80s for the term.“Cuffing season” is a colloquialism among twentysomethings who are looking for someone they can watch Netflix and chill with when it’s too cold out for drinks with friends. When you were a teenager at summer camp did you “fall in love” with a fellow camper? By mid-October many singles have identified the person to be cuffed to for the next few months.