I'm currently living in Miami and looking to relocate.
I can work remotely from anywhere in the country, so job is not a problem for me. Are they laid back or will they demand a wedding ring before the first kiss? I'm just wondering how the dating scene is for a straight NY male?
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It was awesome.” —Description of the “best Atlanta date you’ve ever had” SINGLE STATContrary to popular opinion, there is no huge surplus of single women compared to single men in Atlanta.
He didn’t have a car and claimed he used a car service. He had me meet him at this place in Stone Mountain in this hole in the wall shopping plaza. Now that I’ve gotten myself all into my feelings, I will take this moment to note that there are approximately 80,000 more women than men between the ages of 18 – 64 in Atlanta.
With a male/female ratio like that can anyone imagine how hard it is to find a decent date? I’ve gone out with one gentleman who enjoyed a variety of things to do. Then there was another handsome gentleman whom I made a prior arrangement to meet at a bar.
ranked Atlanta number one on its list of “Best Cities to Find a Date in 2012.” But—with all due respect to statisticians—we turned to the real experts: actual single Atlantans. Not that we’re judging.) Here’s what the 280 respondents in our poll had to say about the state of singledom and the quest for romance in Atlanta.
“Picking up pizza from Antico, along with Champagne, and going to Piedmont Park at sunset to eat.