“The Great Love Debate,” a nationally-touring series of live Town Hall-style theatrical events, recently dubbed San Diego as "America's Laziest Dating City" for 2019. The winner of this coveted titled was determined using a formula that considered the opinions and demographic data from over 92,000 singles who have attended the tour's shows over the last five years, and the millions who have listened to the top-rated "Great Love Debate with Brian Howie Podcast.”
According to those findings, San Diego singles "earned low marks across the board for their lack of communication, chronic inaction, and stubbornness in their search for love.” Ouch. Host Brian Howie explains that San Diego is just one of those cities where single people like to make things harder for themselves when it comes to love.
"The men and women in San Diego will drive 12 miles for a deal on a desk at IKEA, yet won't go from Mission Valley to Carlsbad to meet someone new,” he said in a press release. "The abundance of sunshine has created a lack of urgency, a sense of malaise, and a dearth of dates throughout San Diego County.”
If you’re tired of lazy Tinder dates and want to help San Diego change its slightly embarrassing romantic status, “The Great Love Debate” is returning for a special show on at 7 p.m. on May 1 at The Music Box, 1337 India St. Tickets start at $20. For more information, visit greatlovedebate.com.