That’s how Tiger Grad KC was feeling when he posted on Reddit that he had run out of ideas.
He received a bunch of responses from people who said they were experiencing the same thing.
S: Dating is a foreign concept to most [in our generation].
A: I have too many friends that are creeped out by a random guy introducing himself at a bar somewhere. E: Approaching someone at a bar [means] you have to say the right [stuff] or else they are going to think you’re a creep.
Despite its overall awesomeness, KC has repeatedly ranked as one of the the worst cities to be single.
So we decided to go straight to the source and ask Millennials living in our great city why it’s so tough to find love here. There is a weird shadow over the entire concept…most of our social interaction is done on weekend evenings, which doesn’t lend itself to exploring many options. For a girl, the concept is scary…Too many negative possibilities.
Then again, if you’ve already seen everyone in that bar 50 times and you already know you’re not interested, then you’re probably not going to be interested when you trip over them on Tinder, either.
M: Yes…everyone and their mother is getting married lately.It’s the highest quality, it’s the most popular, and it’s totally worth it.Match has been around since 1995, has more than 30 million members, and has facilitated the most romantic connections of any dating site.To get our answers, we posed questions to a group of four 20-somethings to get their take on how they view being single. Mary: Yes…The toughest part is meeting new people, especially if you don’t live near the downtown area.Let us tell ya, they were eager to tell the world about their dating problems. Erik: I don’t know if I would say it’s more difficult than other cities.