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Old 08-21-2018, 12:38 PM
 
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im having problems trying to find single females in wenonah, i mean everywhere i go it's all old people and families, does any know where are the best places to go to find single females? im just so lost right now.
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Old 08-21-2018, 01:23 PM
 
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Glassboro Rowan has a new main street area... there is a Chickie and Pete's, Mexican Grille with Bar, and Barnes and Noble..
and Landmark Americana is a block away. Bookstore and bars in the middle of a university.
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Old 08-21-2018, 01:28 PM
 
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OP what age are you looking for? Maybe college students are too young. But yeah single in Wenonah doesn’t sound like a good prospect LOL. Go to Philly or Westmont. That’s about it.
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Old 08-22-2018, 02:07 PM
 
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OP what age are you looking for? Maybe college students are too young. But yeah single in Wenonah doesn’t sound like a good prospect LOL. Go to Philly or Westmont. That’s about it.

around 22 to 25, yeah wenonah is death valley when it comes to finding girls, years ago it wasnt like this.


any places in deptford?

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Old 08-22-2018, 03:26 PM
 
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around 22 to 25, yeah wenonah is death valley when it comes to finding girls, years ago it wasnt like this.


any places in deptford?
Maybe when you were younger and those 22-25 year-old girls were teenagers as well, Wenonah was fine for that. But South Jersey as a whole is just not happening for young single adults. Not now, not in the past, not ever. It’s the boring place you go to raise a family because you want more space and good schools.

At least Deptford isn’t a freaking dry town. You probably have a little more hope there, but still not much. Seriously, you need to be in Philly. Westmont is the only area of South Jersey that could even remotely fit it, but it is a very distant second place.
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Old 08-22-2018, 03:39 PM
 
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I can attest that even Westmont doesn't have much of that either. Yes, it's a (semi) walkable commuter town with bars along Haddon Avenue. Most of them seemed to attract more of a moms/dads-night-out type of crowd, or long-time friends that never really left town. Westmont is a fairly small town, so it just doesn't have that big of a crowd. Most of the population is young families. Irish Mile had a decent crowd, but that's closed now. Most of the bars and poor drink specials compared to what you can get in Philly. Coffee shops are pretty much all high schoolers or moms groups. Sure Westmont bars might attract a few folks from Collingswood, which I think might actually have more young singles, but not many.

I think one might actually have more luck in Cherry Hill. Much bigger and more diverse town. Not walkable obviously, but take an uber to some of the restaurants near the mall or the PJs out on Rt. 70 and you might have more luck. Or just head in to Philly.

North Jersey isn't necessarily much better, but the sheer density of population, larger proportion of commuters, and greater diversity means you'd have better luck on average.
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Old 08-22-2018, 04:27 PM
 
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im having problems trying to find single females in wenonah, i mean everywhere i go it's all old people and families, does any know where are the best places to go to find single females? im just so lost right now.
Based on your location, if you want to stay in South Jersey, Glassboro, Cherry Hill, Pitman ( they modified the liquor laws, it's now semi dry, not totally dry), Westmont.
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Old 08-22-2018, 06:18 PM
 
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I can attest that even Westmont doesn't have much of that either. Yes, it's a (semi) walkable commuter town with bars along Haddon Avenue. Most of them seemed to attract more of a moms/dads-night-out type of crowd, or long-time friends that never really left town. Westmont is a fairly small town, so it just doesn't have that big of a crowd. Most of the population is young families. Irish Mile had a decent crowd, but that's closed now. Most of the bars and poor drink specials compared to what you can get in Philly. Coffee shops are pretty much all high schoolers or moms groups. Sure Westmont bars might attract a few folks from Collingswood, which I think might actually have more young singles, but not many.

I think one might actually have more luck in Cherry Hill. Much bigger and more diverse town. Not walkable obviously, but take an uber to some of the restaurants near the mall or the PJs out on Rt. 70 and you might have more luck. Or just head in to Philly.

North Jersey isn't necessarily much better, but the sheer density of population, larger proportion of commuters, and greater diversity means you'd have better luck on average.

North Jersey IS much better. Jersey City, Hoboken...places like that don't exist in South Jersey. Morristown also beats anything South Jersey has hands down. Even further down that list, more family-oriented places like Montclair, South Orange, Summit, Cranford, and Westwood still are better than anything South Jersey has to offer.
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Old 08-22-2018, 07:20 PM
 
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I can attest that even Westmont doesn't have much of that either. Yes, it's a (semi) walkable commuter town with bars along Haddon Avenue. Most of them seemed to attract more of a moms/dads-night-out type of crowd, or long-time friends that never really left town. Westmont is a fairly small town, so it just doesn't have that big of a crowd. Most of the population is young families. Irish Mile had a decent crowd, but that's closed now. Most of the bars and poor drink specials compared to what you can get in Philly. Coffee shops are pretty much all high schoolers or moms groups. Sure Westmont bars might attract a few folks from Collingswood, which I think might actually have more young singles, but not many.

I think one might actually have more luck in Cherry Hill. Much bigger and more diverse town. Not walkable obviously, but take an uber to some of the restaurants near the mall or the PJs out on Rt. 70 and you might have more luck. Or just head in to Philly.

North Jersey isn't necessarily much better, but the sheer density of population, larger proportion of commuters, and greater diversity means you'd have better luck on average.
Irish Mile closed? Damn. I used to like that place.
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Old 08-22-2018, 07:49 PM
 
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Irish Mile closed? Damn. I used to like that place.

What I heard is the P.J. Whelihan's family company bought them out (they also own the Pour House and Treno, also along that Westmont Haddon Ave. corridor), and they are allegedly going to replace it with a Mexican cantina kind of place. I don't know what the progress is on that though. It's kind of crazy. They would then have four locations in that area.
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