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Your date will usually include some kind of outdoor activity in his/her list of hobbies, since they spend their weekend going on casual hikes, walks, runs, or more adventuresome activities. It’ll give you something fun to do as your relationship develops … If you don’t like people who drink, this isn’t your city. So if you spend the night, be ready for her to ask you to brunch tomorrow, where you’ll most likely go to Open City, Ted’s Bulletin, Founding Farmers, or one of those other massively popular spots with long lines and slow service. brunches have bottomless mimosas, a gluten-free menu, and cheekily named entrees that play on the names of past presidents, so get ready for a little bit of sass with your Sunday morning meal. They are more inclined to talk about where they studied abroad their junior year of college than the latest movie they saw.
assuming, of course, that you don’t mind the rampant mosquitos, the humidity, and the random torrential downpours characteristic of the region. Ever notice how Frank Underwood in “House of Cards” always seems to be pouring a glass of bourbon in the evening, and Claire loves her wine? C., where your job’s more bearable when you’ve got a drink in your hand. Brunching is serious business in most big cities; D. It’s about seeing and being seen, showing off your conquest from the night before, and maybe saying “hi” to some work colleagues at the table next to you (then gossiping about them when they turn away). So better hope you studied someplace chic like London, Paris, or Prague, because if you spent your year backpacking across Europe with dreads in your hair and five Euros in your pocket, your date probably won’t relate. is filled with fairly serious, studious people who will remind you of that kid in class who always had his/her hand raised and graduated with honors.
Getting around to doing this video took me several tries.
Long story, short…tl:dr…I strongly dislike the District of Columbia. There is absolutely nothing about living in DC that I like.
On weekends, people usually want to get out of the somewhat claustrophobic city that they spend all week in.