keeping track of all the stuff that’s happening in a Bostonian's life can be nigh impossible.
While this can sometimes translate to less time for you, it also means you’ll learn all sorts of new stuff every time you get together -- and you know you'll never get bored.
Only a small pool of men bothers with belts and button-downs around here.
Women wear flats on coffee dates and almost everywhere else (because cobblestone streets are hell on stilettos).
What’s a single, white 21st-century gal to do in a world where, as the saying goes, all the good guys are either married or gay? According to a 2010 report by the Pew Research Center, 1 out of 7 new US marriages is interracial or interethnic.
As someone who is not single or white, I’m probably not the person to ask. Mine is one of them: Black Haitian-American woman meets white Irish- and German-American man.
Our charm comes in the form of Nor’easters, questionable accents, and a veering-on-psychotic love of sports.
So if you want to find love in Boston (like Gronk erotica-level love), persistence and creativity are key.
Behold her chapter titles/conquests: “Yellow Fever,” “Salsa Fever,” “Curry Fever,” “Shiksa Fever,” and the classically taboo “Jungle Fever.” After decades in the trenches, Davies has this to report: If you’re ready to spice up your love life, brace yourself for a wild but head-scratching ride.
Those crazy Asians, they make you leave your shoes at the door, even if you’re wearing Prada.
People from other parts of the country seem to think we’re unfriendly, and also go around constantly announcing that we're parking cars in yards, or are incapable of pronouncing a hard "R." But if you’ve spent any time going out on fun dates here, or dated someone from here, you know that Bostonians are actually a pretty welcoming and interesting group. His Tinder profile says he came here for undergrad at MIT and stuck around to start a small tech company. From her unflagging devotion to the climbing gym to his aerial yoga obsession, trivia team, new app concept, life drawing classes...
So if you're the kind of person who vastly prefers The average Bostonian’s hobby resume is staggering.
Let’s face it, Boston doesn’t exactly have a romantic reputation.