Job speed dating 50 plus
For me this was going to a big girl nightclub (yes they exist) but by far the most interesting and effective way to meet single and eligible men was randomly ‘in the wild’. There’s zero chance of a random bloke on the street walking over, striking up a conversation and asking me on a date.In fairness, I don’t think this happens to ‘regular’ size people either but the point is still valid.
I also did things to bust this big booty out of my comfort zone.I had more dates in a month in the US than I would in a decade in Australia. As a fat girl I never had dates while living in Australia – but as soon as I moved to Los Angeles everything changed. Guys literally chased me out of bars just to speak to me (one of those encounters even turned into a three year relationship.) I was single, ready to flamingle and life in Hollywood was amazing and everything you’d imagine. Which is why I packed up, sold everything, gave up my radio hosting job and moved to Los Angeles with nothing but a suitcase.My plus size blog Big Curvy Love was kicking along, I was working in podcasting, rocking fabulous fashion and for once in my life finally felt like a legit part of the deep end of the dating pool. I was exactly the same person; same personality, same looks, and same weight.We’re the ‘before’ on the Biggest Loser, the mum, the funny fat friend, the relatable mate but never the desired.The fact that Australia doesn’t have a dating culture doesn’t help either.Things are changing with loads of online dating sites and apps like Tinder but we still aren’t quite there yet.
As much as I loved living large in LA it finally came to and end and I’m now back in Oz and single as hell.
The purpose was to offer myself up as the guinea pig for plus size daters and report back on my experiences worts and all.
I went through all the options dating had to offer including Tinder, speed dating, mixers, activity-based dating, and introductions from friends. I created profiles on a lot of online dating sites.
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