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8 Comics For Socially Awkward Daters

Dating and maintaining a relationship in the early stages is rough when you’re socially awkward. Illustrator Mikey Heller definitely gets that. The 26-year-old’s online comic Time Trabble often touches on the uncomfortable parts of dating and relationships, from unrequited love, to really bad first dates. “I’ve been surprised by the warm response [the relationship comics] get,” Heller, who currently writes for Cartoon Network’s “We Bare Bears,” told The Huffington Post.
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