Guys in Silicon Valley spend lot of time on their career and don't have time to devote to relationships.
I went on a date with a 25-year-old who told me in the beginning, "You are the second person I've ever gone on a date with. It almost felt like an awkward high school setup; we met at this yogurt place.
And that's another thing — it's not really typical to go on formal dates. In other parts of the country, going to dinner is pretty standard; here, when a guy mentions dinner for a first date, it's like, wow — that is shocking!
It's flattering, sure, but at the same time, it just doesn't work.
A lot of guys have the mentality that they'll wait and they'll find the perfect woman.
On the condition of anonymity she agreed to tell all. If you are even an average or above average female, finding a date isn't an issue.
You have a lot of guys you can go on dates with, but what makes it difficult is finding a viable partner. They are extremely smart and logical and think, "I can apply that to a relationship and be rational and logical and that will work." They don't realize that as women, we can be emotional — a lot of guys don't have tolerance for that.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Palo Alto women, handsome Palo Alto men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians." These younger guys try to persuade you that they really are mature, but they're not.Some of them just latch on and are very persistent.Most people in the tech industry are very laid-back and don't have a lot of time.