Illinois (including Chicagoland) totally out of the question for single adults!
Posted in the Chicago Forum
#1 Jun 26, 2014
Single adults (especially those who are 21 years old and/or older) will need to leave Illinois if they want to mingle. The social atmosphere in Illinois, especially in the Chicagoland region, is totally blind towards single adults, seeing only the couples and cliques. And it is especially harsh and froward towards singles in many ways, including but not limited to the following sanctions;
Many carnivals in Chicagoland, especially those run by the North American Midway Entertainment company, forbid single riders on it's rides, causing numerous singles to end up bummed out at many of Chicagoland's festivals and really a lot of festivals held in Illinois.
It is the ladies' job to ask the guys to dance with them. Guys asking the ladies to dance with them very commonly gets guys thrown out of nightclubs all the time. At the same time, many Illinois clubs, including the 115 Bourbon Street club in Chicago's southwest suburban Merrionette Park, commonly delete warnings posted on their Facebook pages that it is the ladies' job to ask the guys, and that guys who ask even once, especially in Illinois, get thrown out. Literally as though they actually enjoy throwing single guys out their doors every night.
Society in general.
Illinois is a dry social desert. Finding a nice person, especially for single adult males, is about as unlikely as finding a 4 or even 5 leaf clover. Friendly people, especially the type that like meeting new people, are extremely few and extremely far in between in Illinois. Chicagoland in particular is totally upside down with the social atmosphere, which unlike most other metro areas, gets worse, not better, the farther from Chicago proper you get. As you especially head west of Chicago proper, the nice people become progressively fewer and farther in between, that portion which even plunges, almost like a steep drop off, within the general longitude of eastern DuPage County, and continues downward practically all the way to the Fox River, and it's effects are easily noted even in places as far flung as Sycamore and DeKalb.
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