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What I did notice however, is once you start dating them and getting to know them, you realize that they have plenty of options.
And sure, they probably also pick up some kale and gluten-free beer while they’re at it. No where will you find more people with Peter Pan Syndrome than SF. SF is tech-savvy and one of the benefits to that is that people actually aren't afraid to online date. Just not if there are pictures of tigers or duck faces involved.Are all the "Man Diegans" hanging out in the wrong places?Do most of the women avoid bars, favoring other types of activities? In another thread, a fellow City-Data Forum member implied that the dating scene in San Diego is not good for men, telling me to google "Man Diego." Well, I did google "Man Diego," and all I found was an Urban definition stating, "Despite having beautiful weather and beaches it has very Asexual overtones due to its extremely conservative nature and dispropotionate number of males to females.So, can someone explain the phenomenon of "Man Diego"?
Is the non-resident male military population so vast as to be no match for the city's 1,307,402 residents or the county's 3,095,313?The guys in San Francisco, not ALL of them, but a LOT of them, don’t open doors, walk on the proper side of the sidewalk, or stand up when the woman gets up from the table.