Dating black women in atlanta


03-Aug-2017 13:00

With a male/female ratio like that can anyone imagine how hard it is to find a decent date? I’ve gone out with one gentleman who enjoyed a variety of things to do. Then there was another handsome gentleman whom I made a prior arrangement to meet at a bar.

We talked like we were old friends from the first day we met. He walked in the door and swept me off my feet with one of the most passionate kisses I have ever experienced in my life, in public.

Tons of you are lesbian, emotionally unstable, etc too.

I agree that black women shouldn't limit themselves to black men. But men of other races also have to be open to wanting to marry black women and many aren't.

So what’s it really like to date in Atlanta as a woman in her 40’s? The vast majority of the dates I’ve been on have been disastrous.

I’ve been on dates with all kinds of men in an effort to figure out if I can be flexible in some areas or not. About 20 minutes into the date, he goes into the restroom which is right by the table we’re playing at. Then about 5 minutes later, I smelled what could only amount to be the smell of toxic waste that had been consumed by a “chittlin eatin” dragon who passed its excrement in a pool of sulfur and the smell wafted into the pool hall where we stood.

As for women finding a good black man here, the further OTP you are, the more likely you are to find a decent, stable man who wants to settle down.

That's a generalization because you can find a trifling man in Snellville just as easily as you can find one in the club/bar scene in the city.

Dating is just hard and people aren't marrying like they used to.