If you were stood up three times on Tinder, you'd probably just slump down on the couch, stuff your face with chocolate and have a good old cry. We would!

 

But not this mum.

 

Laura Bull (31) from Queensland, Australia decided that she wasn’t going to let her spineless online non-dates ruin her day.

 

So instead of getting upset about it, the mum-of-two decided to take herself out on a date – and it looks like an absolute hoot!

 

 

Knowing that food is the way to a girl’s heart too, Laura kicked things off at the Gold Coast’s Eumundi Markets.

 

Not needing to worry about what kind of music her date was into, Laura then sat down in a nearby park and took in an hour or so of live music.

 

After a long stroll in the beautiful Noosa national park, she ended up at a nudist beach, so her self-date had pretty much all you could want - “Bums, boobs and willies everywhere,” she told the Daily Mail.

 

 

Things took a turn south when, stopping at a restaurant for a bite to eat, her waitress started acting a bit anti-single.

 

“She looked at me like I was speaking another language when I said I wanted a table for one,” she said.

 

But no matter. She just asked for another waiter. Then she moved to an outdoor table so she could watch the sun set.

 

And the best thing? She couldn’t have had a better time.

 

 

“Just because you get stood up or plans cancelled, don’t be disappointed,” she wrote. “Take yourself on your own adventure. Enjoy some you time because you are wonderful!! Much love.”

 

Well, she certainly has a point to make - and her self-date certainly beats crying into the Doritos watching reruns of Friends!

 

 

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