San fran dating scene

04-Nov-2016 01:29

He said that the majority of women there are not very attractive looking and there's such a low quantity that it's better to avoid the nightlife/dating scene altogether. Without you in the competition, there's more for Zorba!

I heard the men/female ratio is bad at most nightlife events. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.

I have a friend out there who is in his late 20s and he told me it's a horrible place to meet single women. Some of the local NGO's--you should see the hot lawyers running some of the human rights projects!

We both grew up in So Cal and he is trying to move back down. There are babes everywhere, dude, but if you can't see the forest for the trees, or you're hung up on LA glam instead of the more down-to-earth au naturel look, that's your problemo.

It’s the reason most of us have never stayed at a company more than two bonus cycles, the reason at my one year business school reunion the predictable answer to the question “how are things going? A desperate fear of settling, an overly-attuned eye for flaws, and a thirty-year habit of uninhibited self-prioritization.

[In fact, I am passably attractive and reasonably personality’d, and I get asked out far more than I think my own desirability justifies.] But then I had drinks with a good guy friend and realized that I need to acknowledge a much more cutting and depressing possibility for why the social scene here is what is it.

We collected accomplishments for broad-if-not-deep resumes and prepared ourselves for roles as future leaders of America. It’s partly because we can’t go back home – our peers from New York and London are starting to migrate back that way, but the places we come from don’t afford the opportunities we’ve been bred to pursue. Have you heard of any interesting opportunities lately?