Book on dating in your 30
They need to learn how to man up and ask women out in real life instead of via social media or a dating app.
I am just as guilty in this, but it is a product of the environment we are in.” “If I meet one more guy who works in finance and whose primary hobby is drinking I will lose my mind.” “I dated most everyone who had both a face and a job on Tinder. “I’m really not into the bro’d out, preppy, Vineyard Vines type. Give me diversity and some hunka hunka outdoorsy guys.” “For an ex Special Forces guy it’s pretty easy pickins in this city of metrosexual girly men…especially since most of them are candy asses from up north…” “CLT is full of people who are committed to their career first and relationship second.
My other complaint is that an inordinately high percentage of the single women here (based admittedly anecdotal and not empirical data) are either nurses or teachers.
Not that there’s anything wrong with nurses or teachers (except teachers who are so boring), but it seems like it’s totally impossible to find a single woman in CLT who does something different. The irony is not lost on me, by the way, that the Southern ladies who are answering this poll are probably saying they can’t connect with northern guys and why are they all bankers (I’m not a banker).” “As someone from Atlanta, the dating scene is phenomenal in Charlotte.
Would be nice if there were more options than bars, breweries and the like to meet someone.” “Moved here 4 years ago, knowing no one, joined because I was having zero luck out on my own. There are plenty of attractive women here, just not that many that I would consider as a partner.
I’ve felt a significant difference in culture and values between folks from the north vs south.