I don't have legs, but don't worry - I'm taking it in stride. My life was a train wreck (literally hit by a f****** train), here's some awesome benefits from it: I'll never run away from you Front row parking Technically I can still doggy paddle, I even have sexy land roving bionic legs I have similar functionalities to a vacuum, easily portable - I come on wheels and I suck It's not uncomfortable for my feet to be above my head Recalling the night, Mandy has said previously that she remembered 'feeling a bit hazy' after she left the pub to have a cigarette 'and then nothing'.Doctors initially thought she had tried to kill herself and by the time she was functional enough to explain the situation it was too late to test for date rape drugs.

‘Generally people respond in shock and awe, as well as humour and interest in how I was hit by a train,’ she said.

‘My favourite part of my profile is my title of “stand up comedian” – even though most people genuinely ask me where they can come and see me perform and don’t realise it’s a joke.’ Despite using the app for the past two months, Mandy is yet to have found her Mr. She’s dated guys from Tinder, but it’s never ‘blossomed into anything romantic as of yet’.

She believes she was 'left to die' after her drink was spiked with a date rape drug.

But the 24-year-old student is determined not to be defined by her disability and set up a Tinder profile packed with darkly comic jokes about her missing legs.

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Note: To improve the quality of our disabled dating service, we require our new members to confirm their email address upon registration.'Since my accident happened, humour has been the driving force and it has made my recovery a lot easier,' Mandy said.'My sense of humour in my Tinder bio is so funny, the jokes people send back have me in fits of laughter.People tend to love how open I am and it's definitely helped secure a few dates.'Many was injured after going on a night out with some new friends in July 2014.Referring to herself as a 'stand up comedian', Mandy, who lives in Colorado, writes how she'll 'never run away' and is taking her condition 'in her stride'.She revealed how the wickedly funny approach has led to dozens of dates and how she has received equally witty responses from impressed matches.A double amputee has revealed how she met dozens of men after poking fun at her own disability on Tinder.