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If you tap the flame icon and start pinging once you land at Kabul International, profiles will populate as sure as bullets cause bleeding. Pull it in a bit and the Shank ladies will show at 60, plus the Bagram babes around 30 miles yonder.
But unless you have a bird, limit your radar range to ten miles. Unfortunately, even with a selection that’s better than only North Korea, getting a connection is the easy part.
The rest of you seeking emotional fulfillment with the help of a digital device, prepare to have your mind blown: Afghanistan has Tinder.I came as a young Jewish bride of the son of one of the country’s wealthiest men. I am only 18 when my prince — a dark, older, handsome, westernized foreigner who had traveled abroad from his native home in Afghanistan — bedazzles me. We marry in a civil ceremony in Poughkeepsie with no family present.I was held in a type of captivity — but it’s not as if I had been kidnapped. We meet at Bard College, where he is studying economics and politics and I am studying literature on scholarship. For our honeymoon, we travel around Europe with a plan to stop off in Kabul to meet his family. I am too shocked to speak, too shocked to question what these three women might mean for my future. The family is warm and inviting — I try to forget about my husband’s glaring omission. Both the official and my husband assure me that this is a mere formality. Connie G.'s small Southern town has a dating pool about the size of the average kitchen sink.But instead of catching a great guy, Connie almost ended up on a scam artist's hook.