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That "poly" girl you were seeing could perhaps be really wanting to focus on one guy and if you were not clear about your wants and needs, she may never figure it out. However you mention that us guys have to "step it up".What have been y’alls experience dating in Houston compared to other cities?I for one (I’m from a smaller town) feel like every other girl that I meet that’s not through a dating app is poly, which I’m sure it’s skewed. Dating in the city is easy, there's plenty to do.Dating is very different in Houston compared to where I'm from and I've definitely changed my dating habits--doesn't mean I like it--just trying to embrace this new way of dating, I guess! slut (as some of you are calling it)) and when is it considered "getting to know people"?I've found that many men here either one, take it too slow or two, take it too fast. Men in general (and okay, not all) need to step it up and speak up!And they leave Dallas thinking Dallas is full of country, ghetto, ratchet, uneducated black people.....
When actually the people they hoped to see were at bigger and better club venues where EVERYBODY parties..just blacks.
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Museums, lounges, pool halls, bike rides, mosquito collecting, refinery smell tour, geocaching by foot in Greenspoint at 2am, taking a welding class together.
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I went to brunch, nightclub, mall, and 2 day parties. I’m hoping I see a similar feel to Dallas but more of a scene for black professionals. I haven’t even seen Houston yet but I’m betting on Houston.