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Among her potential suitors: When Piazza returned to New York after a year, she writes, dating was fresher.
There were more men, she says, and she’s now dating a wonderful man she met at an “Internet Week party.” (I would probably rather remain single than attend a party for something called “Internet Week,” but that’s just me.) To her credit, Piazza isn’t dismissive of Philadelphia or slamming the Philly dating scene.
“I think I was just delusional thinking that it was the city that made dating hard,” she says. I’ve had plenty of fantastically pleasant dates with people I just wasn’t into that much, and I’ve struggled with what to say. And a good date becomes a fantastic memory, even if that person has faded from your life.
“Yes, I dated douchey guys in Philly, but I also dated them in New York during the 10 years prior.” Her column is one of those pieces the New York media churn out, reassuring New Yorkers they live in the only city worth living in. After two dates, one woman told me she was moving to Ohio to get back with her ex-boyfriend. My favorite dates of 2012 were watching Wimbledon on my couch and shopping at the King of Prussia mall.
Thirty-year-old Dan Mc Quade is my least insufferable version yet. When Piazza, a Yardley native and Penn grad, moved back to Philadelphia in 2011, she found the dating scene here wanting.