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That said, I did get a bit of the meat market/ex frat boy vibe which turned me off quite a bit.
Get ready for men and women alike to ask what college(s) you went to, what you studied, and how you plan to apply your degree to your career. So women, whip out your diploma and get ready to talk about the Ivies you got into. Women, you can also rest assured that your date will probably match. C., for all of its career-focus, is still a fit city.
Education and career are inevitable topics on pretty much any D. date, so if you don’t like these topics or are embarrassed of the school you went to, well … He’ll likely wear his suit from work, a polo/khakis combo, or a nice button-down. You have to walk a decent amount to get to and from work/the Metro station.
A lot of people in this area are open to making new friends, so it's not that hard. Here is a list of some of my favorite Arlington bars. happy hour), Whitlows on Wilson, Irelands Four Corners, Ragtimes, Clarendon Ballroom, Liberty Tavern, Ri Ra, Rock Bottom Brewery, and Carpool.
Dating is harder, but is easier when you have a network of friends than when you don't. Check out single volunteers of dc and do some searches online. These are listed in no particular order by the way... There are many others, but these are the ones that happened to immediately come right to mind.
That seems like a small thing, but it’s a big deal for his romantic life.