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Even if you try to keep things quiet, somehow everyone knows your business – fast. The news that she is dating Dean might be making the rounds, but it’s still a bit of a surprise to Ellen. She didn’t want people to date her based on the reputation of her family so she had previously sworn off dating guys from her own town.You can do that in a small town, but that means looking in a dating pool the next town over which might be a 20- 30-minute drive in someplace like White River valley in Vermont, where she lives.Here are a few things that people who live and date in small towns can surely relate to. My hometown is located on an island, which friends have lovingly nicknamed “Bacon Island” – not only because of its shape, but because everyone seems to be interconnected, Kevin Bacon style. You go for a beer with a guy you met online, only to come home to a message from another guy you’ve never met that says, “Hey did I see you at the bar tonight? You’ve also received similar messages that say stuff like, “Hey, I think I saw you at the mall. I don’t know if you saw me, but I was the guy in the red beanie” – because, sending strangers messages like this isn’t creepy at all.However, instead of six degrees of separation, it’s more like two or three, max. There’s a good chance that the people you date know your friends, your parents or that you took Sunday morning swimming classes with them and you just don’t remember. When you log on to Tinder or Ok Cupid and start swiping, after a few minutes you get the message that says, “We’ve run out of local singles in your area. You’re legitimately worried that you may have dated everyone already.

“Your perfect person might be 20 minutes away but you never cross paths. Which means the bar all the singles go to is also the bar your dad goes to on Friday nights after work, and that's kind of a cockblock.2.They might not have been the deepest romances, but you've grown up with every guy in your age group in town. You've awkwardly run into way too many people you know on Tinder. Even if you do find someone worth dating that lives in your postal code, you're going to have a really awkward introduction when you first meet his friends.5. If you want to meet anyone new, it's basically a weekend trip.Oh, man, is that your younger brother's best friend? Best case scenario, you're now in a long-distance relationship.6.Your mom knows him as the guy who vomited all over your house after prom.

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