SF: 5 Different Dudes, 5 Different Districts
A survey taken in San Francisco has shown a curious pattern of women being able to constantly predict their male partner’s personalities according to their districts, reports say. The write-in survey, given randomly at 10 different outposts within San Francisco county lines, has had an overwhelming response. Women ages 18-45 were chosen to participate in the poll that contained no pre-requisites and allowed women to answer freely. Listed below are the most popular answers from the top five districts that garnered responses:*
Generally, evenings begin with the female being asked to display her “rack” as a surface for heavy drug use, and ends the next morning with their hair product supply ravaged by men doing their best walk of lame. Trust fund babies, in the prime of their pre-conditioned wealth, run rampant in this part of town, and compete based on such criteria as their latest Ed Hardy gear, SUV ownership, beer pong scores and just how much they paid for their real estate. A large amount of women also reported small penis sizes, overwhelming amounts of vodka consumption and overpriced sporting gear bearing The North Face and Patagonia logos. When rating their lovers on performance, most women ranked Marina males as “reminding them of their fathers.”
Mission men are characterized by their large consumption of beer that often winds up moving through a blizzard. Women generally were treated well, but pre-emptive dates were often paid for by the females. Tight jeans, abundant facial hair and whiskey dick were the most common similarities. STD transmission was also at an all time high, which some credit to the amount of unprotected sex that takes place in various bars around the district, including Pop’s and Delirium. Performance wise, men ranked fairly except for the body odor category — not showering was a problem among males.
The most environmentally conscious of the group, men of the Haight-Ashbury district were considerably more mellow and relaxed than their predecessors. Women reported intensely high amounts of marijuana consumption and reggae listening, as well as more free-trade, organic products than any other district households reported. Topics of discussion included Noam Chomsky, legalizing marijuana, hiking, legalizing marijuana, biofuel, legalizing marijuana and Burning Man. Women reported problems with men reusing condoms from previous trysts, claiming they were “trying to turn their sex life green.”
Castro men were often the most well-rounded as reported by their female counterparts. They were attentive, cultured and great listeners. Though women were, on the average, attracted to the male they were seeing, nearly all women confessed to awkward conversations later on regarding the put-off of sexual activity. In addition, Nearly all women reported that the men were often not sexually aggressive and that they did not receive calls for a second date.
Though the female comments on the Tenderloin were fewer than any other district, they were also the most interesting. Most women said the drug use of many of the Tenderloin’s residents was off the charts, and included everything from methamphetamines to inhalents. Surprisingly, their sex partners had admitted to doing everything from sex acts to body research to pay for their habits. Dive bars like The Brown Jug and the Ha-Ra were where most rendezvous began; almost all of them ended in neighborhood alleys. Most women claimed that they did not return for a repeat performance.
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