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Charlotte has become very superficial and everybody is waiting for something better to come along than focusing on what they have in front of them. I think the dating scene is exceptional despite what all my friends would tell you. Bonus: Men are typically not photogenic so you’re usually in for a pleasant surprise when you meet them.
I’m over the pastel shorts, the men who think that having a hot “girl” on their arms somehow makes him more of a man, and the hipsters who think that if they listen to Father John Misty maybe people won’t notice that they only date a woman if she fits into a certain dress size and ups his social capital.” “I’m married.
Do people date anymore or just Snap their genitals to interested parties?
I used to live in Charleston and the dating scene was the worst.” “Seriously.
Every guy I meet is so invested in this bizarre idea of masculinity and vanity and traditional gender roles that say I’m supposed to look a certain way and talk a certain way and act a certain way, that I feel like there’s not any room for me to just be myself.
Too many polo shirts.” “I think Charlotte has a lot of opportunities and cool spaces to meet people but it seems like there is a general fear of approaching people.
In general, Charlotte, let’s grow some balls.” “Bumble has much more beautiful people than Tinder, FYI.” “This may not be a Charlotte issue, more so, a Southern culture issue but everyone is either in a relationship or looking for one.
Finding a person who is willing to devote time to another person is extremely hard to find.” “Same people.
Men are just out to date as many women as possible.
Women are looking for men with money.” “What happened to Southern Charm?