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It’s not that people here aren’t nice, just seems like everyone I try to strike up conversation with takes it as polite small talk and moves on.

Sure seems like a ton of 20-30 somethings and healthy bar/going out scene, thanks to the combination of varied bar/restaurant options, large amount of local university grads (UC, XU, NKU, Miami, Dayton) and a lot of companies based in the area. I met my gf within a few months of moving here two years ago at a professional networking function.

I lived in Chicago for 5 years and while the city life is not on par with Chicago, I don't think it's that far off either. Same universal rules of dating apply here like they would anywhere. Here’s my experience as a 23 year old girl with the city: I’ve been here (OTR) since the beginning of October, fresh out of Miami OH.

In terms of dating/hooking up: it’s sort of the same story.

For me, finding a relationship is essentially finding a friend you also want to bang, and as I said above, finding friends isn’t easy here.

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