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Sarah called us up during the Second Date Update this morning and she told us that she went ‘all out’ on her date with Kyle. He hasn’t reached back out to her since the date.

They had a beach date to Caddy’s on Treasure Island where they had a lunch. She told us that the date was really relaxing and that she felt like they were vibing.

It was called  the perfect first date because they got to talk and get to know each other. She has been replaying the date over and over in her head because he hasn’t called her since the date.

She told us that there wasn’t a kiss, but there was a hug. While they were on the beach he put sunblock on her back. She told us that she was feeling all the feels with him and really wants to go out with him again.

After they hugged she told us that there was mention of “doing this again”, but there wasn’t a plan. She told us she was trying to play it cool and didn’t want to come off super needy.

When we got Kyle on the phone he told us that Sarah and him did vibe on the date. His problem was with what she wore and he called it “inappropriate”.

Take a listen below to what she wore and if a second date will be happening.

We know dating is tough and sometimes it can be crazy and that is why Tampa Bay’s Morning Krewe is there to help. Every weekday morning at 7:15 we help out to see if we can get them to have a second date. We also find out what happened on the date to cause the person not to call back.

 

 

Tampa Bay's Top Sunburn Remedies

  • Shaving Cream

    Shaving Cream On Face

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    The menthol helps cool the burn.

  • Oatmeal 

    Oatmeal

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    Stuff an old sock with oats, soak and hold against your burn during a cool bath. The oats take away the inflammation.

  • Tomatoes

    Tomatoes

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    Either eat a whole bunch or soak in the juices to soothe your skin.

  • Yogurt

    Chobani Yogurt

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    Lather it onto the skin, leave for 10 minutes and let the probiotics work their magic to help repair the skin’s natural barrier.

  • Baking Soda

    Baking Soda

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    Toss a handful into cool bathwater and soak for 20 minutes to soothe inflammation.

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

    Mix with cold water on a 1:1 ratio and soak it up in a towel to draw out the sting.

  • Pomegranate Seeds

    Munch on this tasty, antioxidant-filled snack to keep the skin from burning.

  • Potatoes

    Potatoes to the skin is like cucumbers to the eyes. The starchy consistency helps absorb the sting.