"This was literally my first Tinder date ever," she said.
Monica matched with a guy and she agreed to meet him for a walk along the beach at South Pointe Park.
And we mean ugly: Some men live at home well into their thirties so they can afford the payments on their leased BMW 5 Series.Others can't resist the eye candy and refuse to settle down, positive that their next dream girl is right around the corner.And almost all of them have egos the size of Biscayne Bay, making finding a nice, decent guy harder than winning last month's Powerball.Miami girls know better than to go out with just anyone on Valentine's Day — they're better off treating themselves to a box of chocolate and a bottle of wine than taking a chance on a potentially nightmarish night out with Mr. Read on for some of the worst dating horror stories we've ever heard.incredible beaches, year-round good weather, beautiful women (with, admittedly, an alarming plastic-surgery obsession), and a nightclub scene that sends cheesy European DJs to its shores by the droves."He just needs to know one thing." There in the dimly lit restaurant, he asked Belen whether she'd be willing to get a boob job."Needless to say, I never saw him again."Monica* had never tried Tinder before, but all her friends seemed to be enjoying themselves, so she thought she'd give it a go.The guy had made off with her stuff, and she was alone on a pier in South Beach.She wasn't able to make her way home until 11 a.m. "I've since gotten married, and I can't say I miss dating," she said with a laugh.As lifelong 305ers, we thought we'd seen it all.But these Miami ladies prove that dating here is kind of like going for a swim in shark-infested waters when contemplating whether you want to dip your toes in that water, you wonder if you'd be crazy to jump in.