Worlds Apart

I had a temporary job in Nashville for one year and after it ended I had to come back here and currently work a government job. Let me tell you these places are worlds apart. Nashville is a very Southern place and I will tell you the women are amazing. They really put Vancouver women to shame with how well they dress and how good they are at flirting. Just in a coffee shop or waiting in line at a store women will talk to you. Nothing major just small talk and its really natural and forced and these women are 8 to 10's wearing classy dresses and heels. There are just so many music events and things to do that you just run into women and I can't explain it but its really easy finding women to date. At work during my first week one of my co-workers invited me to their place for a barbecue on a Saturday for a football game. Basically rotated once a week for the college football games. I have lived in Vancouver essentially my entire life and I never get invited anywhere by a co-worker. Eventually I made so many friends. Every week I had 2 or 3 things to go to with people and my girlfriend. So now I am back and low and behold I am back to everyone complaining about real estate and bragging about how much money they have and how much they hate the rain. I am not saying Nashville is perfect but compared to Vancouver it has soul and heart and I need to go back because this place is sucking the life out of me.


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Sep 11, 2018 at 10:11am

go back I'm sure Vancouver don't want your ass back here either


Sep 11, 2018 at 10:17am

Vancouver always seemed to be a place where unless you're a native they shit all over you.

Bob Lablaw

Sep 11, 2018 at 10:17am

More of this, just substitute "Nashville" for MTL, etc.
Some revelation.

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I agree

Sep 11, 2018 at 10:18am

The Carolinas,Florida,Gulf Coast,and in fact most of the US etc I can't tell you how many hundreds of times I've had women just chat with me. Sitting in Starbucks,on a bench at the beach,in a pub- wherever.
No Canadian flag on,just my usual friendly looking self. I am tall and good looking,but still.
Here: not one time,never, not once has any women ever approached me and started to chat.
What is it?


Sep 11, 2018 at 10:48am

I was just at Skookum for the weekend and I must have have 20 interesting flirty conversations with women of all dates but I wasn't really trying.

Not just women...

Sep 11, 2018 at 11:03am

This place sucks the life out of everyone not just you. Can’t blame women for not talking to you in a line up, you don’t know the shit they’re going through and just can’t be bothered especially in this city

As a

Sep 11, 2018 at 11:54am

Female in her early 30s I could confidently say I wouldn't know what to say to strike up a conversation with a man I find attractive.
Would be awkward if he was taken too.

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Sep 11, 2018 at 11:58am

Is a soul sucking disgrace and a bland backwater village

I love Southern girls

Sep 11, 2018 at 12:19pm

So sweet and gentile. I freakin love the whole Southern Belle thing. Which I know is a lame stereotype and fraught with deep cultural context and prob a long history of repression and racism and sexism... But man, they are so hot. Those girls know a thing or two about charm, wit and grace. Which is pretty much non-existant around here.

Sigh... I miss my lil San Antonio Rose.

@ As a

Sep 11, 2018 at 2:05pm

There lies the problem in general. Unless they’re “players”, most guys don’t have a bunch of pick up lines ready either. We’re making it up as we go, same as you. The point is to TRY. It can be as simple as a compliment on his shoes or something. Follow it up with “I think you’re cute”. Bam his attention is yours, because that’s more than most of us ever get.

I think guys should approach more often too, unfortunately most of us are shell shocked from many rejections and a general lack of apparent interest from women in public. That’s why I’m saying that as a woman, just making an effort is guaranteed to score you dates. Guys around here are way more spooked than you

22 9Rating: +13

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