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It seemed like people had already filled their good-friend positions, and new relationships stayed at arms' length.* I really thought there was something wrong with ME, or that it just isn't possible to make new friends after college.In Texas when the neighbors said the first time we met, "We should have a beer," it took me several minutes to realize that they were actually inviting me to have a beer. *At their house, where there was beer waiting - not in some metaphorical, nonexistent future as in the Minnesota version: *"We should have coffee...sometime"). It reads like a National Geographic article describing some primitive culture.I met my SO through a dating site, so that method worked pretty well for us.
Maybe Atlanta would be the closest, but Minneapolis has less transplants.I would say it's a league below Boston, NYC, DC, Chicago, LA, Miami, and the Bay Area. It's probably on par with most of the metro areas of the same size, but punches above it's weight compared to other mid-western cities and lags behind similar sized cities on the coast like San Diego and Portland.Minnesota is great if you fall into certain categories; otherwise it's cold, lonely, indifferent and you feel like you're wasting the best-looking years of your life watching couples and their kids enjoy theirs - nobody wants to do that.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.