There's nothing worse than getting on the 405 at any time of the day and being stuck in a logjam. Los Angeles is one of the loneliest places I've ever lived.There are times that I've gotten on the ramp that connects the 10 to the 405, and sat there for hours, just to finally get on the 405 and sit in more traffic. There are so many wonderful people living here, with so many different personalities from so many different nationalities.Or maybe you find out he/she knows someone you went to high school with.
They may be 10 miles away but that could be four hours.
MYTH: Guys travel in fratty packs that can't be infiltrated. But when they finally ask you out, they mean business — they marry at 29, families make up 66 percent of the population, and the divorce rate is well below the national average. BUSTED: Single women do outnumber men in the tristate area, but the gap is closer to 200,000. MYTH: The reticent techies would rather worship their i Phones than the cute girl at the bar.
BUSTED: Seattle is "the computer-assisted dating capital of the U. MYTH: With multiple online dating accounts, Bay Area boys are hunting for an elusive, algorithmically endorsed soul mate.
BUSTED: Yes, the city has one of the highest percentage of online daters in the country, but Bay Area men can commit — nearly half have walked down the aisle.
The Los Angeles dating scene is tricky, because it's full of actors and musicians and ugh just a lot of weird people.
MYTH: Beantown boys get hitched before 30 — that is, if they're not too busy obsessing over their beloved sports teams. residents work in the entertainment industry, and plenty would rather have a real girl than a Botox babe.