Women are looking for men with money.” “What happened to Southern Charm?” “Lots of attractive, available, stable men (from a female perspective).Charlotte has become very superficial and everybody is waiting for something better to come along than focusing on what they have in front of them. I think the dating scene is exceptional despite what all my friends would tell you. Bonus: Men are typically not photogenic so you’re usually in for a pleasant surprise when you meet them.I am just as guilty in this, but it is a product of the environment we are in.” “If I meet one more guy who works in finance and whose primary hobby is drinking I will lose my mind.” “I dated most everyone who had both a face and a job on Tinder. “I’m really not into the bro’d out, preppy, Vineyard Vines type. Give me diversity and some hunka hunka outdoorsy guys.” “For an ex Special Forces guy it’s pretty easy pickins in this city of metrosexual girly men…especially since most of them are candy asses from up north…” “CLT is full of people who are committed to their career first and relationship second.While this may be synonymous with a fun, wild college experience for students, it’s a parent’s worst nightmare. With a warm desert climate and vibrant nightlife, students have the tendency to shed clothing and crank up the heat.In fact, the campus is celebrated for having a very attractive female population, including Courtney Simpson who was a former ASU cheerleader turned porn star.“If you combine that with alcohol and the hot weather, it’s easy to see why it can be hard for students to keep their clothes on.There are endless opportunities to get laid here.” California dreaming is the constant reality for students at this university along the Pacific Coast, and UCSB is the country’s only campus with its own beach, and the students definitely take advantage of it.
"The data set for each college included at least 2,000 singles."The results broke down members at each university by most attractive (percentage of times the singles were liked); most assertive (average number of times the single made the first move); most picky (percentage of times male or female users passed); most chatty (number of messages sent between singles); and matchmakers (percentage of members who suggest potential matches for their single friends).Finding a person who is willing to devote time to another person is extremely hard to find.” “Same people.Men are just out to date as many women as possible.The University of Chicago took top spots in three categories: most chatty, with users sending nearly 20 more messages on average than those at Northwestern and UIC; most assertive, with users making the first move 14.3 times, on average, compared with Northwestern's 12.7 times and UIC's 9.5 times; and just edging out Northwestern by 2 percent in the matchmakers category."We wanted to highlight "most assertive" and "most chatty" particularly because there is a sentiment among millennials that it's just "not cool" to make the first move (especially among women) or that it's OK to ghost (end conversation or interaction without reason) on your matches." Kang says.Of the five categories analyzed, attractiveness and assertiveness got the biggest reactions from daters out and about on campuses."I'm not sure that I agree with University of Chicago's results," says University of Chicago student Amy Treber, 20.Would you believe University of Chicago singles are the most chatty? Anne Kennedy, a 21-year-old senior at De Paul, agreed with the findings that students at her university are less assertive and less chatty daters.