A.: It looked like skeletal Asian models pair-bonding with balding producers over low-calorie cocktails.” Guess what? Regarding New York: If New York is too big, Los Angeles is too wide.
Not everyone is inclined to navigate three freeways for the chance to get laid, stone sober.
But now that I've temporarily moved back to my hometown, I'm looking back on love in the city with the faintest of rose-colored glasses.
Small-town dating is presenting a whole slew of new challenges, such as: Overcoming laziness: In New York, I hated even dating out of borough.
I'll admit that I've called my parents to pick me up from a bar before, but that would make for a pretty awkward goodnight kiss.
And Los Angeles lacks an urban center where young, single people congregate—they live everywhere. I receive thousands of emails a year from women all over the world, and they all seem to agree on one thing: dating is hard. In New York or Los Angeles, the high proportion of singles can feel overwhelming. C., it’s intimate – these people bump into each other on the metro, caffeinate at the same cafes, and unwind at the same bars, week in and week out.