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  • Social Belly wants to alleviate loneliness
  • Social Belly wants to alleviate loneliness
    Robyn Lee (2012) ©
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Social Belly wants to alleviate loneliness

Big cities are amazing. You can find so many things to do; go to the theatre, visit exhibitions, and eat at great restaurants. But it can be hard finding people to enjoy these activities with. Social Belly enables like-minded people to meet over a great meal, exchange ideas and maybe even numbers.

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