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I'm a social person in the right environment and meet plenty of good people, but its hard to get relationships going when you don't live close to people you meet and have a different lifestyle.
Most wont even do that in an HOA, gated and security type of housing tract....where its supposed to be safe.Ive lived in cities and dont miss some of the ones Ive lived in, at all.And in all fairness, it wouldnt be fair to force someone to adapt to another type of lifestyle either. "I've dated cityboys (real nice ones) and I can honestly say that it doesn't matter.Of course, eventually you'd need to dicide whether y'all are gonna live in the country or the city, but other then that, it shouldn't be a problem at all long as you like each other.I need to add though, that I married a city boy, and I was all country girl.
I showed him a thing or two on how to come down to Earth, and live on the other side of the tracks, so to speak.
There are little social opportunities in the immediate vicinity and the natives (I'm a transplant) are pretty clannish anyway, so I choose the city and do the happy hour thing on the way home from work sometimes or go to the live music places on evenings and weekends.
And that's where the vast majority of single people live.
The question is: Do you think that country people and city people can possibly be compatible for a relationship? Thanks Sounds like she is too big fer` her britches!
I mean, opposites are suppose to attract, and if she don`t want to have anything to do with you because "your country" then, let her go live her city life.
Im more of a slower paced lifestyle kind of girl that likes being way out in the sticks.