To say the men of New York are “of a different breed” is like when Lindsay Lohan said she “only did drugs four or five times." It's what PR specialists call "putting it gently." Because any woman who has lived, is living or is thinking about leaving New York knows, there is no breed to define the New York Man.By no means am I trying to bring down the men of New York.Please note that a complaint submitted through the online platform will not be considered unless you have raised it with us first.We are a member of the Online Dating Association (ODA) which was set up to ensure high standards of behaviour by dating service providers serving the UK.
So for all our mothers telling us we're being dramatic, our friends in California who tell us they have it worse and all you preteen adolescents dreaming of life in “the big city,” here's what you need to know about New York Men compared to the rest of the world.
New York is probably the only city you will see men dressed to work out in clothes more expensive than your nicest pantsuit for work.
It's a city of ambition and all those ambitious men want to dominate not just the game, but the track surrounding it.
In their hurried attempts to secure the most lavish dates and best tables at the club, they've forgotten the simple and natural ways to charm a New York woman. They can't help that they are confronted with models and flawless actresses on a daily basis. It's just that men of New York can't see their morals over the towering 6-foot beauties.
We're not sure when it happened, but the mullet of the 70s has been creeping its way on top of the male head for the last 40 years and landed in a tight ball on top of one too many men who refuse to stay confined to their Brooklyn lofts. They can't help that with the plethora of beauty around them, they don't even want to think of "wasting time" with just one.
Men of New York may be the richest, smartest and most successful, but that doesn't mean they know how to see the big picture.