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We Want To Hear Your Worst Penn State Date Stories

Almost everyone has been on a bad date or two in their life, and Penn Staters are no exception. From simple bad manners to getting stood up (or even worse), everyone has a bad date story up their sleeve. 

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and love in the air, we’re dying to hear your worst Penn State date stories. Start scrolling through your past Tinder matches as a refresher, and if you have any terrible ones, now’s your chance to share them with the world.

Fill out the Google Form below with your most unbelievably awful date story. If it’s bad enough, you might just get featured on Onward State!

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Megan Dougherty

Megan Dougherty is a sophomore majoring in English from Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. She loves making music, is slightly addicted to coffee, and can explain the backstory of every Taylor Swift song to you (whether you ask for it or not). Follow her on Twitter @megandoc13 if you enjoy bad jokes and hearing about her niche interests.

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