Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Read on as we reveal the truth about some of America’s toughest cities for single hot girls.
MYTH: It’s all about having fun with no commitments in this lovely town of artsy partying Peter Pans.
BUSTED: Try going to another bar. You’ll find out that more men (50 percent) than women (47 percent) are married in Austin.
MYTH: The boys from Beantown tie the knot before they hit 30 if they’re not busy obsessing over their most adored sports teams, that is.
BUSTED: Approximately 39 percent of Boston guys have never been hitched, and their average age to marry is 30, which is one of the oldest in the country.
MYTH: The boys in Chicago travel in packs that cannot be infiltrated.
BUSTED: Chicago guys like their buddies. But when they decide to ask you hot girls out, they really mean business: They get tie the knot at 29, families make up 66 percent of the city’s population and the divorce rate is way below the nation’s average.
MYTH: L.A. guys are all about “the biz,” and they just want the perfect trophy to accompany them to the next big premiere event.
BUSTED: Less than 10 percent of L.A. locals work in the film and entertainment industry, and a lot of them would prefer real hot girls than a Botox babes.
MYTH: With about a million more single women than men, these unattached girls are on a subway to spinsterhood.
BUSTED: It’s a fact that single women outnumber men in The Big Apple, but the gap is way closer at 200,000. It may be not the best odds at play, but definitely not hopeless.
MYTH: Their taciturn techies would rather worship their iPhones than go for hot girls at bars.
BUSTED: The Emerald City is the “computer-assisted dating capital of America.” So quit complaining and download those dating apps.
MYTH: Armed with multiple online dating accounts, the boys from the Bay Area are on the hunt for the elusive, computationally recommended soulmate.
BUSTED: It’s true the city is one of the highest in percentage of online dating participants in the country, but Bay Area guys can commit. In fact, almost half of them have already walked down the aisle.