Neighborhood: Wrigleyville Recently graduated from Ohio State, Matty B.
moved straight to Chicago to live with his Alpha Fappa Deltoid brothers.
He manages to hold down some sort of corporate job by day, but only because his boss hasn't figured out a way to legally fire him just yet.
He spends his work days in a red-eyed, hungover stupor (last night at Moe’s was WICKED, brah!
Based on those Census Bureau stats, 64,000 young Philly men have returned to or never left the nest—and they all have mothers, ex-girlfriends, grandmothers, dads and other friends and relations worrying about their plight.
She told me she has wonderful memories of the city—this is a rare admission to get, from a New Yorker—and did have good dates here, singling out The Archery and Gun Club in South Philly, Pub & Kitchen in Center City, and Go Vertical in Northern Liberties.
Someone puked on her at the Mummers Parade, but that’s a Philadelphia rite of passage. ) Many women have told me about the other dates they have scheduled for later in the week. Multiple women have commented on the number of sneakers and hair care products I own. A bad first date becomes a hilarious story to tell your friends in about six hours.
Young adults who would like to get married naturally start looking for love in the community they live in, but in some parts of the country, the odds may be against them.
A new Pew Research Center analysis finds pronounced differences in the ratio between men and women living in the largest U. metro areas, especially when it comes to singles who have an attractive characteristic: a job.