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Old 11-02-2014, 02:00 PM
 
Location: In a place beyond human comprehension
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So that's why I can't get a man then.

ha!
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Old 11-02-2014, 02:05 PM
 
Location: Pa
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So that's why I can't get a man then.

ha!
We need to get a cowboy.
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Old 11-02-2014, 02:53 PM
 
Location: In a place beyond human comprehension
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We need to get a cowboy.
right!!!
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Old 11-02-2014, 02:56 PM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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Sounds good for me . Hotlanta is called hot for many reasons .
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Old 11-02-2014, 07:04 PM
 
Location: Gotham
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Well, then I guess I'll stay right where I am, then.
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Old 11-03-2014, 01:00 PM
 
Location: On the corner of Grey Street
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Before I lived there, everyone told me how easy it would be to date in Denver aka "Menver." Sure, there were tons of guys there and it was easy to get dates, but the guys there didn't seem particularly relationship minded. They were all there drinking craft beer, hiking, biking, skiing, etc. and living it up with their buddies.

I was in a serious relationship prior to Denver and now that I'm back I've only dated one person (that I met on Tinder and is now leaving the area), so I'm not sure what my experience would be like if I actually made effort to get out there or joined an online dating site. But, my general feeling is that men on the east coast are more relationship minded than men out west.
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Old 11-03-2014, 01:45 PM
 
Location: Vail, CO
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Before I lived there, everyone told me how easy it would be to date in Denver aka "Menver." Sure, there were tons of guys there and it was easy to get dates, but the guys there didn't seem particularly relationship minded. They were all there drinking craft beer, hiking, biking, skiing, etc. and living it up with their buddies.

I was in a serious relationship prior to Denver and now that I'm back I've only dated one person (that I met on Tinder and is now leaving the area), so I'm not sure what my experience would be like if I actually made effort to get out there or joined an online dating site. But, my general feeling is that men on the east coast are more relationship minded than men out west.
I ride or bike nearly everyday, didn't know that was a deal breaker. Honestly though, I'd rather be in the mountains than have a easier time finding dates. Already beat the odds I guess

Haha
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Old 11-03-2014, 01:48 PM
 
Location: RI, MA, VT, WI, IL, CA, IN (that one sucked), KY
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Before I lived there, everyone told me how easy it would be to date in Denver aka "Menver." Sure, there were tons of guys there and it was easy to get dates, but the guys there didn't seem particularly relationship minded. They were all there drinking craft beer, hiking, biking, skiing, etc. and living it up with their buddies.

I was in a serious relationship prior to Denver and now that I'm back I've only dated one person (that I met on Tinder and is now leaving the area), so I'm not sure what my experience would be like if I actually made effort to get out there or joined an online dating site. But, my general feeling is that men on the east coast are more relationship minded than men out west.

Why would they not do that with their women?

Going to brewfests, seeking out limited brews, etc is my ladyfriends, and her girlfriends, primary vacation activity!
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Old 11-04-2014, 04:00 PM
 
Location: Bronx
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Yes and women that sleep around like this and have casual sex are undesirable for long-term relationships. Unfortunately, these women are the majority anywhere you go.
This is kind of bull. I went out with a woman who is a native of LA who moved east to NYC. She is chubby about 250 pounds, she admitted in LA dating is horrible, men don't even pay her attention, but when she moved to NYC she been on more dates in an entire year in NYC than her adult life in LA. I stop seeing her because NYC inflated this woman's head. She does not realize that all men want is just sex regardless if she is fat or ugly or not.

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"A woman who is in halfway decent shape, with a nice face, has 2 or 3 guys she dates, and dozens more at her beckon call."
I split time between Phoenix and SD and most of my average female friends can't find a decent guy at all. They can find broke guys and ONS til the cows come home, but not so many keepers. Same applies to SD. I'm not really disagreeing with your statement since it kind of falls in line with what you said below.

"Finding a keeper is still as hard as it is anywhere,"
True. Many available women but not so that are a good match.
I know of two women who left the NYC area for opportunity. 1 moved to South Florida and the other moved to Airzona. Back in the North East these women had men lined up to be with them, or even go home with them. These women are average looking at best and that's in a North East perspective, but they pulled some decent or good looking guys in NYC. When they moved out of NYC dating become horrible. I don't know the reason why but I assume that men in the sunbelt regions of America might be more shallow than, even though their is a huge surplus of men in both respective regions compared to women. My female friend when she visited NY she was happy to go out and get ONS before heading back to Florida. The 1 that lives in AZ from what I hear she can not find a man, even broke guys wont hit that. if any woman is looking to move to a place with plenty of men and looking to get married think again, you really need to be hot or attractive to do that!

Who ever thinks the East Coast has plenty of single women please think again? I read an data excerpt that stated that women from a certain age bracket are not single. After 35, women become single after divorce or years of cohabitate with boyfriend. The only part of the East Coast that has a huge abundance of women are the areas south of Washington DC such as Virginia, Carolinas and Georgia. I live in NYC and I can attest that its bull that single women out number single men. A large portion of women here are seeing men who are already seeing other women. Adult men in my area are more single than women of the same age cohort!
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Old 12-18-2014, 08:13 PM
 
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Makes sense. Seems a lot of women like that danger and disaster. Since the East Coast is more dangerous and disaster prone...a perfect match, I guess.

I'll never live on the East Coast. Don't like California either, but Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Nevada, etc...sure.
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