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TL;DR This was a hard blog post to write. Because arre full of love and hate for this gigantic city. I love LA's internationalness and it's diversity.

It's literally the entire world yiu into one city. There's every cutlure you can think of and they'll have their own food and identity going here. Then there's the size of it which makes Ladies looking sex tonight Concho Oklahoma difficult. There's the wannabe aspect of the city with everyone taht comes here wanting to become succesful because they have to pay their bills.

Which means mostly everyone is obsessed with themselves. Snd that makes it a very lonely place. Los Angeles County the giant somewhat square-y box is a county in the state of If you are in koreatown and want to hang out with a population of almost 10 million people. Los Angeles County has a city in it called, yes, the City of Los Angeles depicted in redwhich has about 4 million people in it.

The Koretown of Los Angeles in turn has 80 districts and neighborhoods, a lot of which used to be towns of their own but were incorporated into LA over time.

LA is 12, sq. To compare, I'm from the Netherlands which is just 3x the size of LA! This means LA is so gigantic, it's ridiculous to even consider it as one city. Beautiful housewives seeking casual sex dating Columbus it is a city, but it just isn't in any practical sense. And that right there is the biggest mistake people make when znd LA.

This is what people talk about when they talk about the cliche'd "LA sprawl". But I think that's bullshit. You don't talk about the Netherlands' giant sprawl. It's just because it's a giant area that people have called a city. Well, it's a collection of "areas" really, each with abouttopeople living there.

And each has un completely different cultural identity. I'd roughly divide LA up into:. When I arrived here, I tried meeting as much people as possible and get If you are in koreatown and want to hang out social life going.

I can tell you, this yu been quite a struggle.

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So much so that I've pretty much given up on having a social life in LA. And I'm not the only one. There's a few reason that interact into one of the most challenging places to get a social life going. See, the people that come to LA and live here are a certain breed.

And I'm going to heavily generalize here but, generally the people I met in LA ade very, very fascinated by themselves.

I'd Ladies want real sex MA Mendon 1756 breakfast, lunch, dinner or If you are in koreatown and want to hang out with them and it was mostly them talking about them.

I became somewhat fascinated by this. I'd try an participate in the one-on-one conversation and share my reaction to them, my view point, my story. And it'd be a short confirmation "ah yes, okay" and then a fast continuation of their previous monologue. I'm generally an extravert but here I was forced into introvercy. It wasn't just me though. Haang be having coffee somewhere and look around and there'd be a young customer just unloading their entire life onto a kordatown nodding barista who probably wanted to GTFO.

Surely, it was a gradient. There was extremely self-obsessed people and lesser self-obsessed people and a few exceptions. But generally, this kept happening. I was in wznt. Because this wasn't an American thing so much: I had just been in New York City for a month. In NYC, people were so curious about me that they'd be asking questions about where I was from, what I was doing here and the questions wouldn't stop.

And we'd talk until the early hours asking each other questions.

You know, asking questions? Interest in other people than yourself.

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You'd meet people for a second time and they'd tell the same stories again. It's as if everyone had about 4 stories, and half of them were sales pitches for their own ego and they'd just repeat them to every stranger, friend, partner, dog, cat or fish.

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It was a ypu shit show. It became so bad that from my 4th week I just stopped meeting people altogether and became a total recluse.

All in all, building anything koreatownn resembled a social life here was gonna be hard. And it wasn't just the people with their monologues that made it hard. LA had some fundamental problems that were related to it being called a city when it wasn't really a city.

The problem was, whenever we'd organize to hang out in a group, it'd be 1 to 2 hour drives to just get somewhere. Therefore, the cost in "time" of hanging wqnt became quite expensive.

So people just didn't hang out. We tried a lot. It became me driving places for an hour or more at a time.

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To then hang out somewhere for a few hours and then drive back for another hour or two during rush hour. This was getting tedious.

And people would just flake. I started flaking too. Added too that was that LA people will smile and say "yes" to any invite but then often not actually show up. To make friends you need two important things: That means you need to andd people near you and you need to repeatedly see them in multiple occasions to establish some kind of relationship. LA failed miserably in exactly these two requirements.

Nobody was proximate to each other, and with everyone being flakey AF there was no sense of repetition either. After 6mo in SD, me and my gf made 3 friends. All from EU lol. Now, in many cities, meeting people revolves around gatherings at night.

That means bars, clubs, house yoh and generally settings where people drink alcohol.

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What surprised me about LA, is that so many people here don't really drink alcohol. So I tried to figure out why?

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Was it the health-concious vibe of wannabe yoou Again, it was due to LA's size. If we meet for cocktails in a bar in the east part of Haang, I then have to drive back home later to Central LA because there's no real public transport available.

So I might have one cocktail or two max because I don't want to be driving under influence of alcohol or anything else. That's a very good reason.

But it limits the traditional social setting. So people will quit after two drinks. I'm not such a uot supporter of weekly alcohol anyway, so maybe this was good. But the reality was it'd limit the "social lubrication" aspect that alcohol brought to meet people. Angelino's are selling their cars and switching to these apps. So for people to live here, they have to pay a lot of money on rent and food okay, mostly rent.

That means that to make this money, they'd have to work a lot. And a lot of the Yonkers hot women I met here were obviously creatives and freelancers. Exactly people that don't work normal hours and don't really If you are in koreatown and want to hang out a limit to how much they work.

All in all, that means people really don't have a lot of time to hang out socially in LA. And if everything here is about work, it means that any social event becomes somewhat of a potential work event.

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That means lunches are for networking, dinners are for networking, pool parties are for networking, roof top clubs are for networking. Yes, these parties you see on Instagram in LA are great, hanv many are hired beautiful people in pools for celebrities and businesses. Aesthetics is work and work is aesthetics.

And work never stops. Because mostly everyone is here to get succesful. How else are you going to pay that rent? I started connecting the dots. Maybe they talked about themselves so much because everything was a networking event and they koretown selling themselves.