“People are more practical about what they want in what they’re looking for in another person.
I had been in Berlin a few days already when I met up with three friends of mine from college who have been living there since graduation.
Gus is from the States, Pauline grew up in Paris, and Adela grew up in Tel Aviv. I’d had some frankly very boring experiences out in Berlin the two nights prior. I mean, sure, Germans have a reputation as cold and machine-like, but really? People just don’t care who you are,“ Pauline explains. You dance by yourself.” That’s what it felt like inside the clubs so their explanations made a lot of sense. “All of my friends here who are single are really like desperate. She says she had never heard of anyone going on a date.
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Berlin might be the worst city in the world to be a single girl.
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Diners find such menu favorites as steak and potatoes, mac and cheese, burgers and fries, and old fashioned baked pies.Whereas here, well there are a lot of cute smart girls here but guys aren’t like…once they’re with someone, they don’t try to get with all of them.” “Aesthetics definitely aren’t as important here as they are in NYC,” Pauline adds.They are tall, beautiful, blonde (although artificially blond dyed hair), busty, athletic, and strong.These viking women are the enigma wrapped in a conundrum because the men still haven’t figured them out.Berlin has a massive gay scene, which the girls explain operates with completely different norms.