I do not expect that most amputees missing more than one limb to be able to duplicate that feat, especially if their condition is recent, but I wanted to point out that a perceived disability of someone you meet on the street is not as limiting as you might imagine.
So if you do meet an amputee, instead of breaking things off early, give the person a fair run, you will probably find that they have a lot to offer.
The limb was removed, so it is not heavy and causing dead weight, it is absent and not causing a problem.
In some cases where a partial limb is lost, the rest of the limb is still functional, an the person can use that limb to best effect with or without prosthetics.
I dated a woman who was missing a lower leg when I was in my 20'sand we had great fun and many intelligent, caring conversations.
Everyone has dreams, and experiences which shape them. Physical limitations do limit some activities, for instance someone missing both legs might not go backpacking over long distances.
A short time later, while working around the house, she hears the doorbell ring. "I'm here answering your ad in the paper" After a long pause she says " OH! you have no arms so you cant hit me, and you have no legs so you cant run around with different women..... With a smile he says "How do you think I rang the doorbell?
on her front stoop is a man with no arms and no legs. "I've gone out with women - one recently - who were emotional amputees... I just wish their disability was as obvious as a limb amputee so I would know to avoud them.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...