Doesn't matter if you are in church, or at a social event/activity, the answer is almost always "im getting married" or my boyfriend of 5 years, or something like that.
I don't have any statistics, but I bet that Kansas City has a higher than average percentage of young adults who are married, or have been in long term relationships with their highschool sweethearts.
There is this immense social expectation for you to be in a serious relationship as early as possible.
More on topic, how much of this is KC and how much is some other factor?
I doubt any one place is absolute 100% paradise for singles, but what makes KC stand worse than other bad cities for singles? Both KCMO and most JOCO suburbs have slightly higher amount of women, believe it or not.
I feel this is indicative of a more "provincial" mindset, prevalent in the small towns and rural counties surrounding this metro.
As a transplant and single young professional, I find that extremely off putting.
If its not that, they are married, engaged, or cant wait for him to pop the big ring box lol.
For the few women I have met, they are from out of state and have not been here long.
A female told me most folks here traditionally meet threw mutual friends, schools, jobs etc but tend to be more closed off to someone just approaching them due to various factors (which are lame factors by the way).
Anyway Im still trying to remain optimistic but I just wanted to see what other people thought about this feel free to post. kind of on topic, and kind of not, has anyone else noticed that good looking people (I'm bi, so I'm saying this about both dudes and chicks) are VERY boring?
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