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The main consensus was that it was pretty dull. Does the sometimes inclement weather force us to stay home rather than go out and socialize? Is everyone already taken? Am I too quick to judge? Tips and tricks? As a fairly new inhabitant of Duluth, I would like to know… where are all the single people at?

Wait til spring Nothing new, dating up north is tough. After college few people stay in Duluth unless they have a career and serious relationship. That leaves just a few single people who only seem to meet by chance. As a nice single guy who is in shape and nearly finished with a masters degree dating shouldn't be this hard.

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I get all my dating advice from Duluth's own Maria Bamford. I agree, dating is tough in Duluth. For a guy that is way out of shape, mildly employed, semi sober, and who has a degree from a nearly reputable university, I should be taken. There is no such thing as dating in Duluth. At all. Especially if you're between the ages of 25 and Anyone who is reasonably attractive, somewhat sophisticated, mildly interesting, gainfully employed, fun to be around, of at least average intelligence, is already taken yes, all five of them.

I've been at this for 2. Duluth is one big dating desert. It's pathetic. As long as you are single in Duluth and have standards, you'd better get used to being single or settling. The other sad part of it is that thing that runs through people's minds: "Why is he or she still single? Must be something wrong. I guess what I did was just drink and party a lot and then The other thing that works is to go to lots of things and to have get-togethers. This town is also bereft of good dinner parties.

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There's a niche growth area for you that could end up killing two birds with one stone. Wildgoose is right. I think, 'how are they not getting dates? Being such a small town it's tough. When standards come into play, it's even tougher. I happen to be terrified of dating, as a freshly single young dude. Lots of connections can be a blessing or a curse in this city. No doubt, if you don't already know people in town or even if you do!

I'm a normal stablereasonably attractive man with a decent job and lots of interests, and I've had zero luck meeting anyone in duluth after my last relationship ended three years ago. It doesn't help at all that I work at home, I've noticed that. It works a lot better to have a job that brings you in contact with the public. You get out what you put into it, nobody is going to do it for you and bitching about it does not make it better. Get out of the house and be social.

The more people you meet, the better the odds of finding someone interesting or attractive. Everyone likes to be flattered, complimented or feel they are attractive to others, so if you meet or see someone who interests you, introduce yourself and say something nice. Be sincere -- not some cheesy pick-up line. Many of my busy friends have met their partners online. Avoid Craigslist, Yahoo personal and other free because they are full of weirdos.

Be yourself and good luck. It's soooo easy to pick up somebody in a bar in this town. You are not trying hard enough. Get a turntable and some records. Whiskey and beer. Ask them to come back to your place. I promise you will "get some" as the kids are saying these days. Make sure you have coffee for the a. I'm a big dyke and still can get dates in Duh-luth. If I can, you can too. Wow everyone. Didn't know dating was supposed to be so easy. It's not easy anywhere. You have to work for a relationship and if you are like Aaron and work at home, you need to find reasons to get out of the house.

There are shit tons to do all year long. Skiing, snowboarding, skating, hockey, running groups, book clubs, Fuse Duluth where you can meet lots of younger people, the YMCA where you can intramural sports, get involved with your church if you attend one as corny as it sounds, go to a bar and take risks meeting new people -- there are about of them in Duluth, learn an instrument and play in Homegrown and you'll meet tons of new people, volunteer -- there are a million groups you can volunteer with year round, try an online dating site since the Duluth dating scene doesn't extend online.

I think not being able to find someone is more the result of laziness and a lack of effort combined with a perceived lack of options. Options are all around you. Dating and finding someone that's right for you is not supposed to be easy, if you want a hookup that's a lot easier but it sounds like a relationship is what people are searching for, and those things are not just going to fall into your lap. I didn't hear enough sensitivity.

People forgot that all the things mentioned, plus cloistered midwesterners who are as cliquey as anyone, in their shallow gene pools, adding to this the low light levels during brutal winters can get a person pretty down when they start to consider the tired patterns of Homo Eroticus. It's easy to throw down advice, once you're married and settled into your little group of friends who used to drink and screw with you back in college before you settled into domestic neutrality by decree.

Whose 'group' hasn't taken on any new friends in the last six years, or thrown any good dinner parties that weren't boxed, and why would you with Dish? Yet pontificate wisely for someone who's reasonably wondering if this is normal, or just the sad biscuit of how Americans have become 'a little soft,' when compared with say, an Apache? Lacking the convictions of those who are hungry, yet questioning not their own.

Heated garages, big screen televisions, robot dating, shag carpeting, F'n Twitter. It is hard to date in Duluth.

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Going to all the social activities is not always successful. Many of those participating are not single!

Wife wants sex Duluth

I've spent many years being single, by choice, while I built my career and raised my. Now I find being single and successful in Duluth is not a recipe for instant dates, especially over I went to a small women's college in the early '80s -- which was a mile away from a small men's college. It was hard to know whether or not you were dating or just friends with someone -- basically, if you were sleeping with that person, you were dating. Otherwise, it was all pretty fuzzy. Duluth seems to be the same way. Gosh Mac. You are soooooo right. Every one of the posters myself included expressing their frustration is clearly a lazy, un-motivated, sorry SOB who deserves to be single.

I mean, I must just be a loser. Could you tell us more about how awesome you are so we can aspire to be like you. That must be the secret. I wasn't calling out anyone in particular except those who fail to get out in the public sphere and do things. Maybe I was off, but listening to some of the posts made it sound like people were just cooped up inside all the time and that is what I was talking about.

Dating and relationships are not going to happen if you just stay inside and don't try. I would know, I was single up here for a long time too. I think I see what Mac was trying to say although he was not a wordsmith with his English. Dating in Duluth is tough since most of the younger people leave town after college and there is not much to keep them here when they do graduate and might be single. We all know the talk about how hard it is to find jobs up here so maybe that is part of the problem. We need to get more jobs to generate more dates or at least try to keep some of the younger crowd in town longer so there at least is a dateable pool.

Get social. Don't be a creeper. Don't play the pity party. Get on match. Dating is fun, try to relax and get out there, talk to people. Yes you're going to have awkward moments, yes you're going to need to spend some dollars both gals and guysyes you're probably going to need a little haircut-n-wardrobe upgrade. Leave your crappy attitude and insecurities at the door and just show people who you are. There are people out there but they're not going to come knocking on your door. I think a lot of people are right, here.

While the scene IS tough, it takes being involved and allowing yourself to "forget" that you are in search or a relationship so you can just be yourself and not stress about perceptions of others. A guy my age has to sort through a lot of the younger girls in search of their M. It is nice to commiserate with you all for a moment but I'm getting off my computer and going out skiing today, maybe I'll see you on the trails? Kite boarding, Tai Chi at that universal church on Superior St 45? I was going to comment that I've never noticed that Duluth was difficult for finding dates, but then I realized I'm a girl-gamer: the math is in my favor like shootin' fish in a barrel.

I'm wondering how many commentors who have left a mini personal ad have found a date here through PDD. Perfect Duluth Dating. PDD, I see an opportunity for you! How about a cooler, hipper, Duluthified dating site? Maybe we kick it off with a singles night? Looking for a date is like looking for money on the sidewalk -- sometimes you get lucky, but most of the time there's just dog poop. You are much more apt to meet someone with your same passions. I married my high school sweetheart so i've never had to "date" and would have no clue where to even begin.

But i listen to all my single girlfriends complain about how hard it is to meet guy's who are actually worth dating. I always tell them they need to branch out their social scene. Also, visit meetup. This is one of the best thre on PDD in awhile. People are idiots for not dating these amazing people. Claire is also right, the "hanging out" and "hooking up" crowd does tend to miss out on a lot in their relationships, mainly a future.

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