Master Don Juan
- Mar 24, 2022
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Locals being a ton of 20-something women who can afford to live in Manhattan. Dude, lots of women who fit the stereotype of the 20-something out of college, former sorority girl, and hot basic b1tch all live in Manhattan. I have partied with these girls and keep in touch with them on IG, they are all in Manhattan and at worst Brooklyn. Almost all other places are considered lower class, not cool, and weird. These girls will live with 5 roommates if they have to make Manhattan work but that is what they do. All the cool kids are in Manhattan dude.You are right no one goes to LES or UES except locals. I’m talking about Midtown and Downtown. Where all the jobs are. The jobs and tourists.
Jersey and Queens are all locals who grew up in Jersey itself, immigrants, or people that just cannot afford NYC.
Honestly they kind of do. What NYC offers is really the experience for a guy or girl in their 20s and maybe 30s to feel like they are still in college, not having to get married, singled, and can party hard. Most other cities you would get judged for that. Outside of that, there is nothing that unique about NYC that you cannot get in other cities.Atlanta, KC, and Dallas simply don’t offer everything you find as NYC metro. And they still have the god awful traffic and lower salaries.
Other cities do as well and outside of the major NYC metro, it is no different than living in an Atlanta. Seriously, its all families and couples once you get to the outer boroughs anyways and the demographics of single women are no different than any other major metro. Logistics are a killer as most of the hot and single women actually do live in Manhattan and Brooklyn.Yes, had I lived in Manhattan or Brooklyn my lays would be higher. Probably by a factor of 3.
However, to say it’s the same in a smaller market is simply false. Pulling is a numbers game and the smaller markets don’t have it. Whether I live in NYC or an hour outside of it, there are still over 20 million people in the area. Only LA has similar numbers.
You really get none tbh, I mean you are burning an hour of your day just to commute on a hot and sweaty subway loaded with drugged out homeless bums. No thanks!!There is partial merit to what your saying but you are making it a black and white calculation. A significant majority people in NYC metro do not live in Manhattan or Brooklyn. To say the rest of us get no benefit from its proximity is just wrong.
Most major California cities offer all of that. A lot of southern cities by the water offer all of that.In picking apart components of not living in the NYC burbs/boroughs you are ironically strengthening my argument. None of those places you listed offer all four components, except the NYC area.
Golfing, Breweries / Wineries, Boat Criuises, Beaches, and Family life (i assume you mean a house, yard, and good schools) are all accessible for people in this area. Can I get the same in other cities?