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Dating guys in the hospitality industry or who work 2nd or 3rd shift is hard to make work when they get off at 11 pm, and work weekends and have days off during the work week.
With Cof C being 65% female, I think this affects the dating scene and has created a shortage of guys in Charleston.
So dating apps aren't really worth your effort 95% of the time. Who is going to put in their profile "I hate fun, I'm miserable, and dating me will be miserable" or "Fun is overrated, you know what I like, doing nothing, ever, just perpetually sit alone"?
I literally ran across a profile on Bumble that said "I like to have fun with fun people".
I have used Ok Cupid, Tinder, and Bumble on and off.
There are plenty of guys on the apps, almost too many choices, making me not want to choose any, for fear of missing out on the perfect guy.
Roommate told me she talks about me all the time and "likes" me, but whenever I ask her out, she gives me an excuse and I'm left thinking, "WTF? I guess that's not attractive to most women around here. There is a coffee shop I like to go to regularly and flirt with the baristas there, but most of them have boyfriends. Women are very particular about the "type" of guy they want to date, and if you don't fit that mold, then they are not interested.
I work for CHStoday and we're talking about how the dating scene is in Charleston. Single male, late 20's, dating rage mid 20's to mid 30s, work in a professional/corporate environment...it's lame unless you're into the bar/club scene as far as I can tell. As a female professional, I find dating hard in Charleston.
These women do not want a relationship with me other than sex.
I also have been asking out one of my roommate's friends who is a shy 22 year old that works in a restaurant with my roommate. I am employed as a graphic designer for a promotional products marketing company.
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I was very hopeful because that's not my scene at all.