Dating east coast west coast
This was Diane's last-ditch effort to meet a man in San Francisco.She clutched a cocktail and surveyed the candlelit bar in the city's formerly gritty Mission District. There were a lot of polo shirts, button-downs, and what appeared to be Dockers.Most Of The Men Only Have One Type"Well, the guys are looking for pretty, thin, white blond girls..perfect bodies..no brains," said Joanne G., 58."Yes, competition is stiff and people have unrealistic expectations. Dating Is Expensive"I think that it's a little because of the fact that everything is so expensive there that no one can go out on a real date," said Marci R.,22 who recently moved out the Golden State.One man even carried a laptop bag over his shoulder—this was the land of aspirational Mark Zuckerbergs, after all."If nothing happens tonight," said the 34-year-old, "I'm gonna sell my shit and move to Jersey."Ironically, the focus of the event was women who already lived on the East Coast.So off the top, I immediately adjust myself (meaning drawing back; not indulging) because I wasn't sure if the whole distant-dating thing was something I was interested in.With that being said, I do know of a lot of successful marriages that started off with some distance.
Me personally, every time I meet someone who is "on-point" my first comment is "You must not be from around here" (no shade to the local men but I was judging based off of my experiences).
There are many stereotypes of the differences between the two coasts.
For example, the West Coast is more laid back and casual.
People rarely wear suits to work in any industry, and definitely not in tech (which is one of the biggest industries here in the Bay Area).
Or, the East Coast being more traditional and formal.
to harder criminal charges, it's safe to say Cali men did not have the cleanest records. The same state that has given us iconic romantic movies is also the place that's lacking romance in real life.