“But then you take the Brooklyn hipster to a Ted Leo concert in Coney Island, and there’s the Jersey girl in the beer line,” Nadel sighs, his voice trailing off.As for JB’s fateful restaurant face-off, both gals dumped him just as his appetizers arrived.He calls the practice “fun and naughty.” After selecting Miss Brooklyn as his dinner companion, he convinced Miss Manhattan he was going out with his buddies, while secretly squiring his Park Slope princess to a cozy LES restaurant.After canoodling his way to the hostess stand on the arm of his second girl, JB was seated for dinner — right next to his first lady. It was humiliating because I couldn’t run or escape the situation.” Indeed, one allure of double-borough dating is the belief, however erroneous, that courting women from distinct and distant neighborhoods will ensure the lucky ladies never cross paths.Lucky-Dating is a dating agency that specializes in Russian dating and is known to have introduced many single Russian brides to western men.The concept of meeting Russian brides online is a fairly recent phenomenon but finding mail order brides overseas is centuries old.If you do travel to meet Russian brides, you will see how family and home oriented Russian women are, you will make sure that Russian mail order brides search for a western man for serious relations leading to making a true family.
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“Even if we had plans after dinner,” he recalls, “we would make an extra stop at her apartment to drop off the leftovers before going on to our next activities.” Turns out his girlfriend had been stepping out on him — and feeding a young, broke artist living in a commune in Astoria.
“I’m from a small town in Indiana and there’s no way you could get away with this,” he says.
NYC dating coach Yue Xu, 30, whom JB has enlisted since his dating accident, says these double-dating patterns are quite common in the city.
“New Yorkers love multitasking, and they love the thrill of balancing multiple girls or guys at the same time,” she says, adding, “It’s better to be honest.” New York University sociology professor Kathleen Gerson, author of “The Unfinished Revolution: Coming of Age in a New Era of Gender, Work, and Family,” agrees.