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ainulindale

Pittsburgh is 9th

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Hilarious. They think it sucks for singles but then say it's great for couples. What exactly is the difference? Well I guess I better read the article and see what it's all about.

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Yeah, I guess your supposed to go somewhere else to find a mate, then come back to Pittsburgh when you're married. Makes a lot of sense :thumbsup:

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For the most part, city rankings are useless. But I do think Pittsburgh is a great city for couples and should better market itself as such. I wouldn't bother with catering to young adult singles. That's not a strength for Pittsburgh. However, raising a family is.

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Interesting that the bigger, more cosmopolitan cities have the lowest divorce rates.

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Maybe Pittsburgh sucks for singles because it's great for couples. "Best Cities For Singles" ought to be exposed for what it really is: "Best Cities For People Who Are Afraid Of Commitment."

Maybe Pittsburghers approach relationships with the opposite sex in a more mature fashion, which is considered a drawback by single people who are only interested in "sowing their wild oats."

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Whats wrong with same sex couples? You only mentioned opposite sex couples. A little offensive...

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