There were also small pockets in the South (Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee) and in the West (Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico) that opted to keep things casual.But ultimately, the Illinois boasted the largest percentage of singles hoping to hook up rather than get hitched. Fort Worth, TX came in second for having the most men looking for a serious relationship, followed by Memphis, Miami and Ft. Ladies in these cities shouldn’t worry too much — we’re sure you could find some casual relationships in these places, too.After spending the Thanksgiving weekend together to attend a wedding in Malibu, the rumored couple were seen on a casual outing in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Related: Joe Dishes About His Wild Sex Life — Whips & Leather Included!The super cute twosome were even matching in their denim jackets and jeans, so there's that.But (THANK YOU HIPSTERS) the newly-gentrified East Bay is now the nation’s 21st-most-active Tinder market, and over 35% of its population is single.If we learned anything from watching Rocky and Bullwinkle, it’s that Mounties are a LOT dumber than you’d think. Which probably explains the six bars per 1,000 people -- folks gotta warm up somewhere, right? Here’s a killer first date move: escape the office early, make your way down to Manhattan Beach, and have dinner in the nicest seafood shack you’ve ever seen. Here's an updated list of LA’s best first date spots.
Until very recently, if you said you had a “hookup” in Oakland people usually thought it was for automatic weapons or crack.
All they want to do is talk about their rich fam, but then the dinner bill comes and they conveniently “only have ” in their wallet.
But let’s cut the nonsense: nobody really cares about the best city to start a hot sauce company. What we do care about, however, is where we can get the most action with the least amount of effort. Call it a “college town” all you want, Columbus is actually the largest city in America’s seventh-largest state, and it boasts just over four bars per every thousand people.
David Lynch’s iconic TV series “Twin Peaks” is back after a 25-year hiatus, and of course we’ve been dying to find out who the new Laura Palmer and Audrey Horne will be.
Well, a look at the “Twin Peaks” IMDB page tells us the new Laura Palmer and Audrey Horne will be…