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Old 09-05-2012, 10:53 AM
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I'm going to be moving to california on December and am currently trying to find the best place of living. I'll be moving in with my good friend who is a 26 year old female. I already have a job I can take with me so that isn't an issue but I'm definitely looking for a place that's laid back and has a decent market of ladies for a single man. Preferably looking for a place within hour distance of Santa Ana. Thanks guys!
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Old 09-05-2012, 10:45 PM
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Newport Beach or Huntington Beach if you want to be close to Santa Ana. The living is expensive though. There are pretty girls everywhere, but many of their assets are "amplified" if you get what I'm saying.
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:49 AM
Location: Grosse Ile Michigan
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Santa ana is pretty close to Santa Ana. Do you like Hispanic women?

A lot depends on what kind of women you are interested in. Beautiful gold diggers appeal to you? Single Moms? Young professionals? Girls who just want to play? Girls who used to be men?

There are about 20-30 places within an hour of santa Ana. All have different benefits or attributes. All have pretty women. The pretty women do not congregate in any one place except in parts of Newport but you need a big wallet and an expensive car (rent one).

The liveliest night life in the immediate area is Long Beach. Little bits of night life are scattered all over Orange County. There are few cities with none and no cities with a lot. If you like plastic women you find them in abundance at the beaches (and in adult toy stores). However there are all kinds of people all over. Lots and lots of families in OC and no single place is really a concentration of young people. You will find lots of younger people in the mega apartment complexes with loads of amenties and events for young singles. You will find them in beach commuiites, in the cities with colleges (Orange, Fullerton, Irvine) and in the cheaper areas (Santa Ana, Anaheim, Fullerton, Garden Grove). The only place you will not find them is in liesure world, unless they are visiting relatives.
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Old 09-06-2012, 10:07 AM
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
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Yep. Coldjensens pretty much nailed it.

Santa Ana is essentially smack dab middle OC. Whether you want to live in an urban area, rural area, suburban are; near the beach, in the mountains - is all personal preference.

I haven't been in the dating scene for over two years, but it isn't bad. Just don't be a dBag. The College towns and beach communities are good places to start looking. South County is very attractive on the outside, but very vanilla and family oriented. If you do decide to live in South County: Dana Point and San Clemente.

Huntington Beach is not that expensive. Downtown is OC's party central on Weekends and Summers. The party scene does get old after a while. The Sunset/Bolsa Chica/Harbour Area of HB may be a good place to start looking. Less out of town plastic people and relatively inexpensive. Bicycle close to Downtown HB and Seal Beach.
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