No doubt Yvonne Strahovski will be kicking Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer’s midget ass all over the screen until the hateful Zionist writers use their science fiction to have the Westerners win, and foil Yvonne’s plot to blowup a day care/puppy store.
Thankfully us Muslims know to only watch these shows until about episode 8, so we get our happy ending.
It's hard to meet someone here who's more interested in you than they are in following their dreams — or even willing to try and balance both.
And I will be the first one to admit that most NYC men have a little bit of an entitlement issue when it comes to women. But I would call them "repercussionless daters." Their mentality is such that if the woman they are on a date with isn't giving them exactly what they want, they have no problem ending the date abruptly and moving on to the next woman, who they believe is around the corner waiting in desperation to go out with them.
Plus, many times these men are in absolutely no hurry to commit to one woman. They have way too many options with all of the single women out there more than willing to go out with them.
I’ve definitely met some pretty amazing people, along with an equal amount of terrible ones.
I’ve had cringe-worthy encounters and moments that seem like they fell out of a romantic comedy from the early '00s.
Of course, the same statistics that Berger cites regarding the uneven ratio of educated men to women in the dating world suggest that this is likely not going to happen anytime soon.
There's another reason working against the dating odds of straight, urban women: In LGBT-friendly cities like New York, Washington, and Miami, a considerable fraction of the men are gay.
A lot of women in New York start to compromise what they really want in a man just to have a dating life.
The best way for a woman to date in New York City is to keep it casual and make sure that any man interested in her understands that she is dating other guys. It immediately gives the message to the guy that other men are interested in her, which validates him and his interest in her.
For example, if you start out with a pool of 140 women and 100 men (all of whom are straight and monogamous), and half the women get married, the ratio of single women to single men rises from 1.4:1 to more than 2:1.
To solve that problem, Birger suggests that women seeking love in Manhattan leave New York, "which is one of the worst dating markets in the country for educated young women." If you are one of these women, his advice is, "Go West, Young Woman." The odds are slightly better in the Western states of California and Colorado, which each have 20% more college-educated women aged 22 to 29 than men.
I have to say that New York City men have got it made.