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To say the men of New York are “of a different breed” is like when Lindsay Lohan said she “only did drugs four or five times." It's what PR specialists call "putting it gently." Because any woman who has lived, is living or is thinking about leaving New York knows, there is no breed to define the New York Man.By no means am I trying to bring down the men of New York.And baby, “quality over quantity” has never been an aphorism more prevalent in a NYC gal's life.So for all our mothers telling us we're being dramatic, our friends in California who tell us they have it worse and all you preteen adolescents dreaming of life in “the big city,” here's what you need to know about New York Men compared to the rest of the world.
Many of them are willing to just talk about what clubs you visit on Friday night more than what countries you've walked through. Gone are the days of flowers, horse-drawn carriages (Not that they should have ever been, have you seen those poor horses? In are the days of night clubs, tables and random sex.
There's nothing worse than the New York Man who is so damn pumped to be in New York. Men who aren't obsessed with their “sick life” and their “sick apartment” are just out there trying to get one.
Men of New York have been “frilled." There's no better way to put it.
Helen Fisher, senior scientific advisor to Match and a New Yorker herself.
“We’re a big international city, and this is showing that wherever you live in America, singles have real things they want, their wants are universal.” In Match’s eighth annual “Singles in America,” the relationship company surveyed more than 5,000 non-member singles from ages 18 to 70-plus on everything from appropriate first-date behavior and intimacy to robot sex and, yes, politics.