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The dating scene in Toronto can be a lot to handle for those that aren't from the city. There are certain things that are acceptable and tend to happen in relationships, that may seem absurd to non-Torontonians.
Seb December 29, at 2: Its so common to see single freshly divorced moms having sexual relationships with good looking men. I lived in New York and it is like night and day compared to Toronto, they work like hours a week, but are open to meeting new people, men and women. Torontonians want to feel exclusive to someone, but not actually BE exclusive to anyone. People don't mind open relationships. Then I moved here. Many of my guy friends share similar experiences, yet many of us have more success just interacting with women in other cities.
Are you not familiar with the consequences of dating a person from Toronto? Take a look at this list in order to brush up your knowledge:. If you're in a committed relationship, all that fun will be cut in half. Plus, Torontonians enjoy keeping their options open.
D and got smashed without them Many people engage in casual dating because they're in it for the fun. But there is still potential for relationship growth if both parties are interested. They offered nothing of value, yet expected the world to fall at their feet. It was amazing to watch and wonder what planet they were living on. I thought they were just playing it up for the cameras, seeing as how most people on these types of shows aspire to be models lol and actresses double lol and are just trying to be "noticed".
Then I moved here. Somewhere flat in Mississippi. Originally Posted by ajl Originally Posted by TOkidd. Last edited by johnathanc; at Originally Posted by johnathanc. What I disagree with is that Toronto women are driven entirely by money. I find they tend to focus more on physical looks and "perceived" hipness oh, tattoos your 'cool', right?!?
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Why is Toronto such a hard place to socialize? View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Page 1 of Advertisements Are people here anti social or what?
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Originally Posted by ajl Do we really need yet another one of these threads? Originally Posted by TOkidd The article is stupid, but your post is pretty true. Originally Posted by johnathanc What I disagree with is that Toronto women are driven entirely by money.