They have rent control; your roommates are crazy; your landlords are selling; and you don’t want to deal with the court case, whatever it may be.You save a ton of money, save time on driving to see each other and share meals, household expenses and groceries — if that doesn’t add an element of convenience, you’re doing it wrong.He definitely made up for the other guys I was seeing, who, though they all live close to me, still suggest we go Dutch on dinners. But a healthy disposable income in a big city can buy a lot of fun.For decades, San Francisco has been known to pave the way in terms of culture, food, politics, social issues, technology, music and so much more.But in addition to starting an exciting new job, I moved here with the intention of finding a new man.Little did I know that the dating scene in San Francisco is a little from that of the rest of the state.I dated someone who lived right on the N, and it was a freaking godsend.
He paid about ,000 in homeowner taxes every year, and that was it. If that’s not a unicorn by San Francisco standards, I don’t know what is.
My date recently dropped his Am Ex Black Centurion Card at dinner without skipping a beat.
Granted, he’s a bit older and owns his own law firm. ) While I was shocked, I definitely didn’t feel terrible ordering another cocktail or suggesting that we move on to a fancy restaurant.
Dating on the basis of convenience isn’t for everyone, clearly.
My requirements for dating me are still the same: make me laugh; don’t roll your eyes when I suggest we go to yoga; and have the ability to converse intellectually.