In this week’s #WhatTheHellHappened, we caught up with Lizzie, who originally wrote us because she dumped her cheating fiancé and wanted to get back out there to find a new sperminator. After asking her if she “chopped off your cheating fiancé’s tiny little micropenis and fed it to him for dinner,” my mom told her it’s “time to snap out of it, and read the expiration date on your eggs!” I agreed that she needed to put herself out there to meet new people and form new relationships (even though I disagree about her eggs rotting).
So, #WhatTheHellHappened? Here’s a refresher on Lizzie’s original story, and an update from her below!
“I’ve been single for a long time after I dumped my cheating fiancé a few years ago. I think I’m ready to be in a new relationship and share my life with somebody, but I think I’m a little out of practice. I’m a student so I don’t have a ton of free time, but how should I go about putting myself out there? Or can you just send me one of Kate’s matches on bumble? Thanks.” – Lizzie
So, #WhatTheHellHappened to her?
I’m actually doing pretty well! I’ve since found an amazing man on…wait for it…Tinder. Hey, I guess ” Not all men..” might be a little true lol. We’re coming up on a year together in August! We’re long distance since he is doing a “working year” before Med school and I just graduated from college and am now in the Navy. He’s seriously the sweetest and most genuine person I know. He makes me feel so happy and loved. Its only been a year but I can see myself marrying him, although were in no hurry down the aisle. ( I know, I know…my eggs are rotting). While long distance sucks, we’re very happy supporting one another in our own careers and enjoying the ride for now. – Lizzie
We couldn’t be happier for her!
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