Is Louisiana the type to settle down? She seems a polyamorous type–which, as far as cities go–might be something we’d consider. Maybe.
Kansas is the only state we do not plan on dating. We’d be open to it, we guess, but do we really have anything in common with Kansas?
Let’s see. What do we know about Iowa? Well. There is corn. There are the caucuses. And. Uh. Ummmmm. That might be all we can say about Iowa.
There is that weird guy that your aunt sets you up with. And then there is the guy that your mom always thought you should date.
Need we say more?
We are coming for your peach pie, Georgia! And we might stay for Clarkston, one of the most diverse towns in the US.
Caitlyn has so many lovely memories of spending time on the beaches of Delaware and thoroughly enjoying a Dogfish Head tour. Cas has only fuzzy memories of a work trip there–
When we first started talking about Dating America, our precocious and brilliant niece tried to sell us on Connecticut. She argued that Connecticut has all that we want…water, bookstores, farmer’s markets, an engaged population and, heyyyyy, Chris Murphy.
Why not give Wyoming a whirl?! We will visit Yellowstone and Grand Tetons, for sure. There are hot springs to soak in.
Hello Virginia, we hear you are for lovers. We are ready to love on you. With that beautiful Shenandoah and your coastline, you know how to woo us!