Not quite sure why 178 people felt the need to reply "maybe." (via Facebook)
It's an international love story, and you have the power to ensure it has a happy—or at the very least public—ending. Last New Year's Eve, Reese McKee of New Zealand was celebrating with friends in Hong Kong. He wandered outside and was admiring the lights when he saw a woman crying on the side of the road. "I went and tried to help her out," McKee told the New Zealand Herald. "She was lost. She'd lost all her friends."
"I just cheered her up," he added. "I sort of have this undeniably bad sense of humour that no one can resist laughing at." (He did not add, "#humblebrag.") In any case, McKee and the girl spent the next few hours together, dancing and having fun (and eventually finding her lame disappearing friends) until 6 a.m. At the end of the night, the girl, who apparently thinks life is one big romantic comedy, told Reese, "Find me."
Reese didn't do a whole lot of searching for a while, but as the one-year anniversary of their meeting approached, he decided to try Facebook. So he threw a Hail Mary and set up a Facebook event called A New Years Promise.
Here's Reese's list of the four tiny pieces of information he has to go on: