Geography and dating.

March 17, 2010 at 6:47 pm Leave a comment

For most people, geography is an important part of dating. People’s opinions fall all across the map – pun intended! – when it comes to having long distance relationships or how far your willing to travel regularly for dates. In New York, a person’s closest subway lines can definitely play a part their perceived “date-ability”. In a recent GOOD magazine infographic competition, one guy submitted an analysis of his neighborhood in a humorous attempt to figure out why his love life isn’t better:


infographic by Kyle Pfister

Let’s all hope that Kyle’s game improves! In the mean time, March 17’s daily design idea is how does geography relate to the way you date? Or on a broader scale, what does your neighborhood have to do with the non-geographic parts of your life?

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