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05-Jul-2016 22:34

Also, Chelsea Piers tends to all types of dates: the active type (sports, baby!), the shopper type (not a good idea for first dates), the calm type, or the romantic type." -Kathy, Queens "Guys in NYC are interested in someone who is fun, outgoing, and open-minded.There are plenty of good spots to take your day anywhere in the city...But I personally suggest going to 42nd street, there's just soo much to do, and many people to meet.Such a good date." -Mildred, San Francisco "In my experience, both guys and girls are looking for outgoing, intelligent people with a sense of humor.Someone who is strong and independent and capable of taking care of themselves, but who is also interested in having a good time and sharing life with one another.Where to meet singles: people are everywhere." -Brad, New York City "With so many people in this city, not enough people want to take the time to get to know a potential mate and cut and run at the first sign of disagreement.They drift from person to person until they become jaded and cynical about the whole dating process, when in reality it is their own preference for quitting easily that is the problem.

I mean it's fun to go out and have a good time and goof around once in a while, but there are times where you need to be serious about life." -Jennifer, Brooklyn "1- Communication is key. ex: if you can't afford an expensive date, take a ride on the SI ferry at Sunset, stand by the side of the ship let the breeze brush your face the sun caress it with it's last rays, wrap your arms around each other and enjoy the beauty all around you.

You see some really strange things, but everyone is interesting. There are lots of good bars and clubs, so go have fun.

There are great costume stores, music stores, and bookstores, including The Strand, possibly the best bookstore ever." -Elizabeth, Bronx "If you really don't like to go to the museums that much, be honest. Also, take advantage of the arts in NYC, like the NY Philharmonic and the Metropolitan opera or free student Julliard concerts. Explore what's culturally unique about New York City.

If everyone went to the museums as much as they say they do, there would be a line down the street to get in. All of that culture and knowledge you accrue can't hurt!!

" -DG, New York City "People in New York City are interesting.

I mean it's fun to go out and have a good time and goof around once in a while, but there are times where you need to be serious about life." -Jennifer, Brooklyn "1- Communication is key. ex: if you can't afford an expensive date, take a ride on the SI ferry at Sunset, stand by the side of the ship let the breeze brush your face the sun caress it with it's last rays, wrap your arms around each other and enjoy the beauty all around you.You see some really strange things, but everyone is interesting. There are lots of good bars and clubs, so go have fun.There are great costume stores, music stores, and bookstores, including The Strand, possibly the best bookstore ever." -Elizabeth, Bronx "If you really don't like to go to the museums that much, be honest. Also, take advantage of the arts in NYC, like the NY Philharmonic and the Metropolitan opera or free student Julliard concerts. Explore what's culturally unique about New York City.If everyone went to the museums as much as they say they do, there would be a line down the street to get in. All of that culture and knowledge you accrue can't hurt!!" -DG, New York City "People in New York City are interesting.Nothing beats the city life and the night life the city has to offer. Taking a date on a walk around the city and maybe catch a movie and dine is a great experience.