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At the end of the day, however, dating apps become exhausting and meeting up with people you don't even know usually turns into a waste of your precious time. - For the record, singles in The Bay Area tend to be non-committal.
Try not to get offended (unless you actually have been acting like an insecure nutcase). While I agree to certain extent, I've also noticed that people in San Francisco have become way too reliant on dating apps.
It's gotten so out of hand that I've even gone on dates where we've talked about which dating apps are our favorite.
Bottom line - San Francisco singles aren't looking to settle down too soon. Sure, people "live" here, but the men and women of SF always seem to be traveling.
For instance, you can go on two great dates with someone and then the next day you will find out that they have to travel for the next month.
Like many other women living in San Francisco, I'm intelligent, career-driven, highly motivated, attractive and (yes, you probably guessed it) single.