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After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer there a difference? are people more approachable and friendlier in Brooklyn or is it all the same? Hedge Fund (not that it wouldn't be nice) BUT I am realistic and know what my "range" is for my age..

I am asking this question because I may be moving to Brooklyn and my girl friends that live in Manhattan seem to have a hard time "latching" on to a guy, which seems to be an issue for the majority of women in Manhattan from what I've heard.. or perhaps they are all still holding out for the 6'4, Mr. I'm confident and won't sell myself short but I'm also not chasing the unattainable either. I dont think there is a *major* difference between dating in Bklyn or Manhattan - both are in NYC.

I lived in Chicago for 4yrs so I know exactly what you're talking about.

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Which you stated they are a bit more, but it's no cakewalk either Yes, most single men in America esp in big cities all have the same motto, not just NYC. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over $68,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.

"Who needs a wife, when you have a Life" My days of the long checklist are over anyways and have been for a few yrs, but the prob is finding someone who has thrown away(cut down) theirs too.

This is why I think the marriage rate is very low for NYC - most guys/girls are focused on moving up their career ladders and look at love/sex as a means to live instead of a means to an end (ie marriage.kids, moving to suburbs, etc).

I dont think there is a *major* difference between dating in Bklyn or Manhattan - both are in NYC.

Anyway, probably what you and your GFs are experiencing is the whole Mars v Venus thing.

For some girls, I imagine nothing could be better than to move to NYC, meet a guy and get married.In general, I think men in Brooklyn are more approachable and a bit more friendly.Though, I'm not sure how this should affect your dating strategy.The only way it matters is if you meet a date who balks at the idea of taking the subway into another borough. My gosh there are so many people here, so many races, etnicities, nationalities, types of all sorts, why would anyone want to tie themselves down w/o having dated at least 5,000!? I mean if you move to NYC, aren't you looking for a higher form of living?If you get that vibe from someone on a date, then its just better to move on because why waste time on a guy who thinks taking the subway to Bklyn is too "inconvenient" for him?? I remember when I was single (recently got married to a guy I met on LI) I dated a ton of guys in NYC - all ranging from Manhattan Wall Street types (typically the hardest to date because they generally are not marriage minded and love to casually date as a form of personal entertainment) to the Brooklyn starving artists. Or, did you come here simply for the larger pool of eligible men?This is why I think the marriage rate is very low for NYC - most guys/girls are focused on moving up their career ladders and look at love/sex as a means to live instead of a means to an end (ie marriage.kids, moving to suburbs, etc). Too many think that is the be all and end all of life.

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