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Los Angeles, like Chicago or New York, is a city that has the power to permanently alter your state of mind no matter how hard you resist. Some of these are intellectually and logistically concrete. An Angeleno who claims they’re “not flaky” is almost as absurd as one who claims they’ll “eventually move back home” to whatever flyover state they came here from. We are a town of Bumble/Tinder/The League/Hinge profiles that read, “This is super harsh, but like, don’t contact me if you live east of the 405. no offense.” If love is going to find a way in this town, it’s not going to be via any of its highways or major arteries. 😜” (-40, coffee is noncommittal in both time and effort, which is annoying. *There is, of course, a major caveat to this list: it all goes out the window when applied to a person we really like.

Eventually we all become so Angeleno that ideas which would literally be maniacal anywhere else—like making a right turn when you’re firmly situated in the left turn lane—seem not only normal but absolutely justifiable. Perhaps you, like me, moved from the Midwest with a set of checklist items that could as easily apply to a love interest in Bassett, Nebraska as they could to one in Oak Brook, Illinois: must be employed, preferably a non-smoker, would be convenient if they loved Zac Efron’s oeuvre as much as I do. Some are not, and yet they automatically render any person a sexual non-entity. Dating someone who lives on a street littered with PERMIT PARKING ONLY signs is kind of like playing a video game on Expert Mode and your health bar is nearly at zero and you’ve unwittingly stumbled into the Superboss’s lair (the Superboss being Permit Parking) and the only weapon in your magic pouch is something utterly useless like the Giant’s Knife from that a salad from Whole Foods would never be enough to sustain you while you circled the block for 45 minutes looking for an open meter or a rare Loading Zone space or a parking garage that takes credit cards or even a valet who’ll settle for .73 in loose change because no, you don’t have cash, which is why you were looking for the garage, and then the valet will look other way when you don’t enter the restaurant you’re parking at, which is three miles away from wherever you were trying to go in the first place [please refer to number one on this list]. Spend time with a quality human and suddenly their Facebook album of 110 headshots is all you can look at slash show to your friends at brunch ( magazine.