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@Iamuhura wrote: “I honestly am thankful every single day that I’m no longer single. But they think they’re 11s and spew that entitlement wherever they go.” Even men had something (nasty) to say: Wrote one guy to my request, that I “want to hear about your dating life how the men in the tech industry have changed it”: “I think you accidentally said ‘changed,’ but what you meant was ‘ruined forever with their awfulness.’” Why were they so awful?What was it about guys who work in tech that made them worse than lawyers or other white-collar industries?He was not joking.” In Seattle, it has been easy to hook up, but hard to find anyone really interesting or worthwhile for the long term.The majority of the guys who are moving here for companies like Amazon seem to be their late 20s or early 30s, and they are new and exploring the city.
But the reality is that all he has to do is have a personality. The exact same scenario has been playing out in San Francisco for the last few years. The biggest thing, the thing that bothered me the most is I felt like my intelligence was greatly devalued,” she wrote. “They feel like they’re dealing with someone who has poor social skills, not a lot of style, and isn’t that attractive, or is decently good-looking, successful, or cool, but by default knows it and acts like it, with a huge ego and selfish mind-set in tow.” One woman, Bridget Arlene, spent three years in Seattle for graduate school, and said that she actually moved out of the city, in part because of the type of available men—most of whom had computer science or engineering degrees and worked for Google, Microsoft, or Amazon.
And that means they are exploring the city’s women.
On the dates, they flash money around, having never really had it before.
He was trim, tall, bearded (as they all seem to be), a recent transplant, having only lived in Seattle for a year or so and worked at a start-up, after burning out at Amazon (as they all seem to have).
He rode his bike around town; he had good taste in food and wine; and he lived across the street from where we were meeting.One software engineer visiting from the Bay Area was in town for a training session at Amazon before he made the move.