With the help of some of my other single girlfriends I'll post this blog of my experieces both good and bad.
Any thoughts or suggestions you might have for me I will definitely consider.
In the statistics I read, there are less than 1% more men than women in Denver. I obviously can't speak for everyone but after being here 10 months I can say Denver thankfully does not have the Southern Florida or California attitude when it comes to appearances.
So the number of men and women are actually very close to being the same. If you're into being active outdoors then you should have no problem finding opportunities to date outside of the bar scene.
In the statistics I read, there are less than 1% more men than women in Denver.
So the number of men and women are actually very close to being the same.
When I moved out of the dorms, I went to the laundromat and pretended I did not know how to wash my clothes--worked every time.
But, examine her laundry and make sure and if she is washing for children--run away or if she is washing for a big guy-be careful!
Don't get me wrong, I know there are some great men here in Denver and believe me you are very much appreciated.
I sometimes think that when Denver was named the number 1 city for singles it was for singles who wish to remain single.
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If you go on Match and search in your narrow 20 something age range within a 30 mile radius of downtown Denver (80202) you will probably find almost twice as many men as women active within the last week.