Let’s take a closer look as to how the game is played in the contemporary battlefield of romance where New Yorkers and San Franciscans win, lose and break hearts. Until then, I’m just gonna keep going skiing in Tahoe on and go on meditation retreats.” NYC: “The East Side is SOOOO much better than the West Side. And I always hang out at Ulysses for happy hour.” SF: “I just got my Google glasses and love them.
NYC: Either some East Village dive bar or some fratastic sports bar in Murray Hill. Or online, through one of the many dating apps everyone seems to be on. Oh yes, will be out in the Hamptons this weekend.” SF: “I’m just killing at my start-up. Can’t wait to go wine tasting in Napa this weekend.” NYC: He got in a black town car. People always need a 1 to bike across the Golden Gate Bridge with. Then check out The Only Dating Timeline You’ll Ever Need: Dating Advice For Women!
I should have listened when she stated, “Don’t play hard to get, with a man who’s hard to get.” Instead I got burnt. And so, with that in mind, I thought I’d celebrate its birthday, by giving you 12 MUST READ dating rules that SATC bequeathed us. All photo credits (except where indicated) : PR Photos MORE ON BABBLE10 things all men do but hate to admit8 ways to tell if your man is ready for marriage20 things you should NEVER say during sex9 things I’d give up sex for— would you?
But the similarities between the two cities end right there, especially when it comes to dating.Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Times Square is the perfect place to take selfies with Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston and Johnny Depp (swoon) and show off your celebrity knowledge. Diane Cardoso is a writer who enjoys pug puppies and long walks through New York City.