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For better or (much, much) worse, dating in Seattle isn’t like dating in any other city.
Seattle is the smallest big city in the country, a place where everybody seems to know everybody, so don't be surprised if your date turns out to be your roommate's ex's little sister/brother.
for a while, you’ve probably wondered, “Why is this so freaking difficult?
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“DC has a lot of over-educated white girls who could stand to lose 20 lbs. Said women believe that their education level and wack governmentalish type job makes them more of a catch than looking photogenic and being feminine… But it doesn’t take into account that a lot of women don’t really take care of themselves like they do out west.
well, the universe probably, and the weather will affect your personal life in several ways: the lack of sunshine can make you depressed; studies suggest people in warmer cities are more friendly, which certainly helps when you're looking for someone to get "friendly" with; and it's hard to meet anyone when most of the city will be at home in sweat pants watching According to women, it's because Seattle guys are all awkward, passive aggressive losers who don't know how to talk to women.
If one more guy starts a conversation with ‘What do you do?
A lot of people (myself included) have hypothesized about the root of the trouble with Washington’s dating scene: “D. brings some terrible people here, what with the K Street crowd and Hill folks.” “Nobody wants anything serious, because they’re ready to up and leave for the next big opportunity.” “And what’s with everyone talking about their jobs?
But strength doesn’t necessarily come in numbers; as you might have experienced, with more single people comes more people who just want to be single. Because I, for one, want to stop complaining about this city’s dating culture. And if you want to talk about your own experiences trying to crack the code, send me a tweet @dated DC or follow the series on Facebook.
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