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It’s easy to understand why Isabella Mariani prefers the dating scene in Chile.She met her husband there, in Santiago, where she lived in 2015.
“Filipinos love matchmaking.” And as for just going out for a good time, Fojas has learned, “In the Philippines, it’s either you’re someone’s significant other or you’re not. I’ve yet to encounter someone [who goes] on dates with multiple people,” she adds.The 32-year-old matchmaker from the Upper West Side lived in Athens for five years until 2008 and returns there often.“You meet through friends, maybe stay [after friends leave] longer, kiss, and then next day, you ask the person out,” she says.Our customers are young single professionals in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s.Every week we introduce more quality singles to each other at our events than most people meet all year! Check out our events schedule to see all our upcoming Speed Dating events and Singles Parties!Germans are a lot more direct than New Yorkers, especially in romance, she says.
“When [my boyfriend] was interested, he was talking to me every day, not pretending he wasn’t into me,” she says of her now-beau.
“In NYC you play this game of, ‘I’m not interested but I’m interested.’” There’s also less of a rigid dating environment there: “In NYC, if you don’t hit it off over a drink, you missed your chance.
But in Germany, it’s more relaxed: You might join up with him and friends and have real activities and experiences.” Bernd Fischer, a 25-year-old who lived in Morningside Heights and now works in publishing in Cape Town, says the South African city can be cliquey, “So for those of us who aren’t into dating apps, it’s difficult to meet new people and it can often feel like there aren’t even any new people to meet,” he says.
“It’s actually a running joke by now,” he says of the people he and his friends meet on dating apps.
“They turn out to be tourists who, of course, aren’t sticking around for very long.” He prefers the New York dating scene, where anything can happen: “You still feel like you’ll meet someone by chance on the subway or in a museum in New York.” Betsy Cox, a divorce concierge on the Upper East Side, splits her time between New York City and London, where she lived for four years and met the man who proposed to her. “Depending on your age, if you’re single and young, you’re definitely going to meet guys of your age group in New York City,” says Cox, 50.
“People there are very friendly, but tend to be more reserved than New Yorkers,” says Jonathan, a product manager who declined to give his last name for professional reasons.