On our second date, we went to church

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It was a statement made innocently enough, while discussing the taboo topic of religion during our first date. “We should go together.” That’s right?— ?I asked a guy who I met on Tinder two weeks earlier to take me to his church. “Yeah, sure!” he said. He laughed, but I was actually serious. We had […]
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