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Updated on Monday, March 24

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QUESTION: I'm on co-op in Toronto and I noticed that a lot more guys (my age) are flirting with me, but when I'm back in Waterloo...nothing. I'm just trying to figure out why it's like that?
I think it's because I actually put effort in dressing up during coop than I do at school.

17 comments

  1. I think I know who you are. Be scared

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  2. Then that's probably it. If you put less of an effort here, then you're probably not going to get a lot of attraction. You can try for a week dressing up every day, and see whether that improves your odds.

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  3. Guys at UW suck. More interested in their grades than getting pussy.

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    1. Hay, I'ma guy and I feel mislabelled/represented

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  4. For me, I find that it's because I go out to more places when I'm back in Toronto. I take risks when meeting people because I know I'll probably never have to see them again if it goes awry. At university, I'm always scared I might run into the person again.

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  5. Same thing happened with me but I didn't dress that much better or anything. I think it's because a lot of guys here are afraid of girls but a lot of guys in Toronto are used to hitting on a bunch of girls.

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  6. I'd assume that if you're on co-op, there's more time to flirt since no one is freaking about assignments, midterms, and exams.

    When in Toronto, you ask "Wanna get a coffee?"
    When in Waterloo, you ask "Wanna study at DC and get pumped on caffeine?"

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  7. OP, what is your ethnicity?

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    1. I am of Klingon descent

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    2. OP what is your ethnicity so we can all be racist :)

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    3. 7b. Yeah basically. Most guys I speak to don't find black/brown girls attractive. Probably cause most guys at Waterloo are white/asian.

      I don't share this view, its just that Torontonians may be more open to dating other races.

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  8. OP here, Im a brown and white mix.
    I was expecting troll responses but you guys actually gave pretty valid answers.
    I think number 4 really hit it on the spot, thats one of the main reasons for myself now that I think about it.

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  9. I've noticed this too. Having spent some time living in both cities as a slightly older person (25-30) I think the biggest difference is that Toronto has more of an open dating scene. The gender balance is better and therefore people don't have as many walls up. This means that in Toronto, if I just strike up a friendly conversation with a girl, there's a good chance she'll be open to meeting someone new. People in Toronto are there to live and plan to stay there. In KW? The walls go up and you get spurned.

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  10. Just gonna put this out there, but this term I have started putting in more effort on a day to day basis for class, and I've gotten much more attention than any other term I've been in school... Your assumption about putting in effort could very well be true.

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  11. Walk around naked. I'm sure brahs will honk and whistle. Srs. Try it out. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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