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Modern Family

How Grindr helped me find the man of my dreams...

Andrew & Tom

Tom and I first started talking on Grindr over two and a half years ago. We never really knew how as we lived in two separate cities and Tom actually kept postponing our first date because he was working away.

When we finally met, he travelled from Leicester to Coventry and the date went so wrong. We drove to Birmingham but we got lost, it rained and the plans we’d made couldn’t be done. We ended up going for food and laughing over the fact we both spilt food down us!

Since then, we’ve always had something going on! From Tom trying to sell his house with his ex to my difficult housemates and even getting chased and threatened, all for a case of mistaken identity.

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