The Four Undeniable Reasons Women in SF Are Such Flakes

  • Fatigue – walking 14 hour days at a start up and having to reply to e-mails around the clock leaves little time, physical or emotional energy for making plans, let alone sticking with them.
  • Absence of Romantic Inspiration – not reading fiction books and not watching truly romantic movies, reduces hope for and interest in romance.
  • Hamster Looking For Red Flags – having countless disappointments with men, a woman’s mind can’t help but race in search of looking for a deal breaker in any given prospective date. And more often than not, if the mind is racing long enough, it will find a reason to dismiss the guy.
  • Putting Love Life on a Back Burner  – when everything else – work, yoga, dining, wine, Facebook, shopping, and hair are more important than love, and dating is pushed to the very bottom of the list, the chances of taking forever to respond to e-mails and text messages from guys and canceling dates increase exponentially.
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3 thoughts on “The Four Undeniable Reasons Women in SF Are Such Flakes

  1. Can’t be more true. SF has the flakiest, most stuck up and judgemental women I ever encountered, not to mention the competition with megasausagefest full of successful dudes with awesome jobs, ultracool lifestyles, jock bodies, sexy acxents and mastered PUA games. If you can scire a SF chick, you can score any chick in the world.

  2. Can’t be more true. SF has the flakiest, most stuck up and judgemental women I ever encountered, not to mention the competition with megasausagefest full of successful dudes with awesome jobs, ultracool lifestyles, jock bodies, sexy acxents and mastered PUA games. If you can score a SF chick, you can score any chick in the world.

    • Thanks for being able to relate. I still don’t understand where the bad attitude is coming from – is it really all coming down to ratios? Or feminism? Or high paying jobs and degrees from top school? Or is it just a matter of following the herd of other stuck up women?

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