Student Mandy Horvath, from Kansas, lost both of her legs three years ago. Now, the 26-year-old pokes fun at her disability through a darkly comic Tinder profile.
Mandy Horvath, 26, a double amputee from Colorado, has made a hilariously motivating comeback on Tinder and her squad of admirers is growing day-by-day. An essential piece of what makes individuals swipe right when they see Mandy's profile is her dark comical inclination.
What's more, amazingly, Mandy has impeccably customized it to suit her positive identity also. And it's safe to say that her Tinder profile is confirmation that neither her incapacity nor any other obstacle will ever bring her down! What's more, when she's not ruthlessly making people pee their pants with laughter, Mandy's pre-occupied with living her life to the fullest!
"I am a full-time banquet chef at the Briarhurst Manor Estate in Manitou Springs, under the direction of our new head chef, Sean Evans," she told BoredPanda in an interview. "I'm also a full-time student at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, online for now," she added.
Alluding to herself as the bionic lone-rangeress, Mandy hilariously stated that her dating life is rather scanty. "But] humor aside, I’m picky. It’s gonna take a special kind of man to tie me down. You know, dating with a disability is interesting, sometimes you have to draw a picture," she added.
"Let people know it’s okay to joke, I encourage it," she further stated. Mandy lost both her legs in 2014 after her beverage was spiked and she was run over by a train. "In 2014 I was involved in an incident where I was struck by a locomotive, severing my legs just above the knee."
The specialists at first ideated that she had attempted to kill herself and by the time she could clarify the circumstance, it was past the point where it was possible to test her for drugs. At first, Mandy abstained from dating after her mishap since she felt too reluctant, however, eventually decided to give it a try subsequent to viewing a video about dating as a handicapped lady on YouTube.
"I don’t really like to think of myself as disabled, just different. Humor has always been a release for me, I like that I can make someone else’s day better with a simple laugh. I legitimately enjoy getting on to troll and trade jokes [on the app], and I’ve made quite a few friends all across the country," she stated.
"But I have had a couple of weird experiences as well. I would encourage everyone to be careful of any social app. ‘Till someone holds my gaze, I think I’ll dub myself the bionic bachelorette," she added. And naturally, people are loving her never-say-die attitude and commending her rather hilarious Tinder profile.