You learn a lot about a person and not always in a good way. Nashville is the type of town you can settle down in. And the dating scene-ster definitely seems to know what he or she is looking for...
What are you going to do with that VIP camper you went in on together when you find out they loved the Kanye show? and they don’t bother with what they know will not work.
What she discovered were “neurological limits on humans’ ability to process information” that meant “the task of having to choose is often experienced as suffering, not pleasure.” Iyengar concluded that “the explosion of choice has made it more difficult overall for people to identify what they want and how to get it.” Like a shelf stocked full with fancy mustards, too many potential mates makes it harder to settle on just one. After a near decade of dating experience in that environment, my friend Joe Berkowitz tells me, the sheer volume of young singles in the city “gives you the sense that you could meet someone at any time.
Most of the time, though, you don’t.” Another friend who uses an online dating site in the city says that the buffet of options means “everyone is looking out for someone better.” That endless search can prove to be a logistical nightmare.
They rolled their office chairs toward my cubicle and pressed their hands to my shoulder at happy hours. If I moved there with my boyfriend in tow, they told me, I might survive. Between dark basement beers during my last month in Washington, my friends presented me a phantasmagoria of single life in L.