Woman who lost both her legs returns to Tinder with another hilarious bio

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A woman whose legs were severed by a train four years has once again gone viral over her hilarious Tinder profile. Photo: Instagram/lifeproofbionicwoman
A woman whose legs were severed by a train four years has once again gone viral over her hilarious Tinder profile. Photo: Instagram/lifeproofbionicwoman

A woman who became a double amputee four years ago has once again gone viral over her hilarious Tinder profile.

Mandy Horvath was out celebrating her 21st birthday with friends in 2014 when she believes one of the two beers or two shots she consumed that night was spiked with a date rape drug.

She woke up on the train tracks in her hometown of Steele City, Nebraska, with both of her legs severed from a train, which was moving at 70km.

Two years later, she hit the dating scene, with her Tinder profile gaining fans everywhere due to how funny it was - and now, at the age of 25, she’s back online and more hilarious than ever.

Mandy Horvath's Tinder profile is hilarious. Photo: Instagram/ lifeproofbionicwoman
Mandy Horvath's Tinder profile is hilarious. Photo: Instagram/ lifeproofbionicwoman

“I’m back on Tinder b******,” she said in her profile.

“Still ain’t got no leg. Still got a golden sense of humour but… still ain’t got a boyfriend”.

Many goes on to claim she ‘tried dating a blind guy for a while...but he couldn’t see what was in front of him.”

Mandy’s profile photo is also captioned with: “Felt cute, might roll over your toes later, idk.”

In 2017, Mandy’s profile also went viral when she told potential love interests she wouldn’t ‘run away’ from them and that she ‘comes on wheels’.

“When I tried to date after I lost my legs I would always get guys asking me ‘how does sex work for you?’, and it completely put me off dating,” she told the Daily Mail.

“I was completely alienated from any sort of romantic opportunity due to my own lack of insight.

"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.”

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