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The couple said their first date or meet-up rather was at a coffee house.
“We don’t consider the coffee meet-up a date,” Bailey said.
Charity said she now uses her “alias” on dating apps as a safety net in case some men turn out to be creepy.
“I have met quite a few uninteresting men,” Charity said. I soon learned that you can’t be very picky on choices of men in the area.” Charity said that the inspiration behind her dating alias name is an experience she had with a man she met on Tinder who she chooses to call “Iditarod” because he competed in the race in 2015. By the end of the evening, he wanted to date me, be his girlfriend, meet his mom,” Charity said.
“After more texts and calls I finally told him to stop all communication and if he did not, I would file a harassment charge and request a restraining order.” Charity said she now only uses her dating alias unless she feels comfortable enough after meeting a man to give him her actual information.
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“It was just weird at first to say we met on Tinder but now that we are more comfortable it’s just funny and we tell people.