Tuesday, May 14, 2013

A Self-Professed 'Chubby With An Ugly Face' Asks the Internet for Help Gettin' Some

Posted By on Tue, May 14, 2013 at 10:32 AM

The Internet is useful for a great many things: sharing information, shopping and, of course, down-and-dirty hookups (looking at you, OKCupid.com).

Well, a young lady over at Reddit's Tucson subreddit (fancy name for "message board" for the uninformed) is asking where a woman of below-average attractiveness can get herself some lovin':

I'm looking for the best and cleanest bar (or bars) for an ugly girl (a 3 or a 4, chubby with an ugly face) to get picked up or at least meet someone?

New to Tucson as of two months ago and I don't know where to go yet.

Now, this lady appears to be hard up for some hard-ons, saying that she's "looking to get picked up, not make friends," and that she "knows [she's] ugly, [she's] not upset about it or anything." Realistic, I suppose, albeit heart-achingly so.

So Tucson, if you've got any suggestions for getting this woman someone to take care of her in the boudoir, feel free to head over to the Reddit thread in question, "Best & cleanest bar for an ugly girl to get picked up?" or leave a few comments down below.

Surely, someone in this town is willing to show her an evening she won't try too hard to forget about in the future, right?

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