This woman is indeed amazing because she has lost her legs but her spirit is still intact and she takes her life not to be for granted but instead she has decided to live every moment in sheer happiness. If someone has a disability then it is a common notion that he does not deserve to be on a dating profile and the person himself actually believes that the dating applications or his last resort for finding a relationship. However, this woman has taken a totally different approach to this entire decrepit idea. She is not only a stand-up comedian as shown in a profile but she also has quite a lot of savageness inside her. This girl’s Tinder profile has a really Savage description which can attract quite a lot of potential candidates.
The 24-year-old student Mandy Horvath who is a double amputee living in Colorado USA admires her tinder profile which is indeed quite humorous.
We shall embed some of her pictures from Instagram and rest will also show you the description of her tinder profile.
The girl was interviewed by Dailymail and to our surprise she revealed the following things!
When I tried to date after I lost my legs I would always get guys asking me ‘how does s*x work for you? But now that I’ve broken the ice and sexualised my disability with my humour, I am acknowledged as an individual rather than someone bound to a wheelchair.
Mandy lost her legs in 2014 when her drink was spiked and later which lead her to be unconsciously laying down on a railway track. She was left there to die and an upcoming train was soon going to end her life. The train actually went through her legs and she was left disabled for the rest of her life. However, she soon overcame her fears and covered her disability with the sense of humour. The Tinder profile of Mandy is full of jokes and she describes her as a standup comedian. The funny points in a dating profile description are that she will never run away because she didn’t have any legs. Mandy says that her profile received both supportive and kind reactions.
Generally people respond in shock and awe, as well as humour and interest in how I was hit by a train.