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Coastal Americans vs. Inland Americans

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Coastal Americans vs. Inland Americans

Postby Winston » October 2nd, 2008, 3:32 am

According to my travel experience within the US, and from what I've heard from others, the people who live in the coastal areas of the US, east and west coast, are a different breed from those in the inland states. The coastal people tend to be snobby, uptight, stuck up and real assholes. But inland, people seem more natural, balanced, level headed, relaxed, easygoing, not in a rush, down to earth and more in tune with nature.

So does this mean that the quality of girls inland is better too? If so, how much better exactly? And in what way?
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Postby jamesbond » November 1st, 2009, 7:40 pm

The thing is no matter where you live in the US, stay away from big cities, that's where most of your snobby women live. Small towns no matter where they are located are the best places to meet decent women in the US. Not too many feminists live in small towns! LOL :D



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Postby Kimiko » June 23rd, 2010, 11:08 am

I tend to agree; inland women probably better than city/coastal women...
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Postby Asp » June 27th, 2010, 6:14 pm

I must agree. I don't live in the US but have been in contact with many Americans on the Internet, over the years. I was in a number of online relationships - being so chronically love-shy this is what my relationship experience has stretched to, so possibly I'm limited in how qualified I am to comment. But the online relationships I was able to have, of all places in the world, were overwhelmingly with Americans, and overwhelmingly with inland Americans.

The profile of types of place they tended to be from, was very small towns, very remote towns, which were very culturally and ethnically homogeneous, and I must also say they may be quite poor places with poor health records.

There may well be a difference in chances with women between coastal/big city and inland/small town, and it's probably a supply and demand thing.
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Postby Winston » June 27th, 2010, 6:26 pm

Asp wrote:I must agree. I don't live in the US but have been in contact with many Americans on the Internet, over the years. I was in a number of online relationships - being so chronically love-shy this is what my relationship experience has stretched to, so possibly I'm limited in how qualified I am to comment. But the online relationships I was able to have, of all places in the world, were overwhelmingly with Americans, and overwhelmingly with inland Americans.

The profile of types of place they tended to be from, was very small towns, very remote towns, which were very culturally and ethnically homogeneous, and I must also say they may be quite poor places with poor health records.

There may well be a difference in chances with women between coastal/big city and inland/small town, and it's probably a supply and demand thing.


That's interesting. Where are you from? Why were you seeking relationships with Americans online? What is wrong with the men/women in your country?
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Postby Asp » June 27th, 2010, 7:17 pm

I'm from Scotland. When talking to and looking to contact people online I wasn't seeking, in particular, Americans. But it was mainly the inland Americans who were up for it, up for online friendships, which sometimes became online relationships. This is in comparison to other countries, it was predominantly in the inland US that there was a demand to meet someone like me. It's probably to do with America's social disconnectedness, that Americans were the ones 'available', and willing to stay in contact more than anyone else, even if it wasn't forever due to the nature of online relationships, but then again it's a different nature to real life relationships. Social disconnectedness gave me a better chance online..... but that's online. I have visited the US but mainly the large coastal cities, plus I've been from coast to coast on the train but didn't spend time in small inland communities.

I don't see my culture as the problem, I don't see the people here as what's wrong, as the problem in finding women is more to do with my own level of social and communication skills. I have Asperger's, and am love shy, which is really what gives me a challenge, plus I don't feel any sense of alienation from my culture, even if it is a Western culture with many social problems in common with America to an extent.
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