Single speed dating nyc
The women I know who are happiest with dating in NYC have a "if it happens, it happens; if it doesn't, it doesn't" mentality toward the husband and kids life. The number of amazing, smart, successful women way outpaces the number of men of similar caliber.
Basically for a woman in NYC you just have to get really lucky.
My two friends who live in New York are always talking about how people feel disposable in the dating scene, and so it's easy to hook up but not so easy to find a significant other.
What has dating been like in New York for you Redditors? I actually haven't enjoyed the dating scene in DC (hence why I'm still single), mostly because I find a lot of the guys to be too bro-y and mainstream, and then the ones who are looking for more serious relationships seem to be on the fast track to suburban Mc Mansion hell (they might not put it that way, ha).
I spent my single years here finding the perfect woman.
My wife spent those same years managing her expectations.
And even then there's a chance that he'll just ghost you after 3 months (ask me how I know). They take care of themselves physically and aesthetically. There's blank dating profiles galore, outdated photos, and lazy uninteresting replies to messages.
My friends who have dated elsewhere never had to send first messages but here it's basically required.
I already work hard, but most of the time dating feels like a second job here and it's exhausting.And you have to see the Virginia suburbs to believe them.I actually like some of the towns outside NYC in Westchester and Connecticut.I would say your description of dating in NYC for women is pretty spot on. ) but they're generally intelligent and sociable.I've been at it for longer than I care to think about and it feels like it takes forever to find a guy who has his act together and is into you. The guys by contrast seem to fit into a few camps (finance bro, startup wannabe mogul, and aimless aspirational) and none of them bother putting in any effort because they know they don't have to.