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I'm glad you all had bad dates too and I'm not the only one! Though I have stopped dating till I get my surgery and become who I want to be on the outside. All of my dates were bad in the past I don't know how many times iv been called fat! Or like one guy said my face doesn't match my body! I am to big for his type! And the sad part is I told them I'm a bigger girl.

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This is why I don't use dating apps as much as I used to [emoji12]attachicon.gifImageUploadedByBariatricPal1468557797.449536.jpgSent from my iPhone using the BariatricPal App

Ok, so what am I missing? Didn't seem like there was anything wrong...think I'll go look again at it.

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I'm still doing the Tinder thing. Had two first dates last week. Both guys I had spoken to at least a few weeks prior but grad school got in the way. One was VERY supportive and would check in to see how I'm doing. He lives down on the shore in CT about an hour an a half away. He's a chef...and man makes GREAT ribs. I'm NOT open about my surgery but something I said clued him in and he asked, so I told him. Nice guy, we shall see where it goes. He's definitely looking at finding someone for a solid relationship. The second guy I texted out of the blue since I was on vacation. We went for a drink and talked. He's been divorced for about six months...WARNING BELLS*** He lives in the next town and he will be good for doing motorcycle trips and just hanging out as friends.

There are a bunch more on Tinder that are interesting...I'm just having fun at this point. Anyone tickles my fancy enough....I LOVE MY SLEEVE!!!

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