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Hooking up as well: unless you’re super good looking, people aren’t typically looking to have conversations with strangers.It depends where you’re from and what your expectations are. If you’re from the east or west coast, honestly, it’s gonna be annoying.Just an example - in other cities I’ve lived (2 others besides Cincy), my friends are from all over the country and the world, and I have a few friends who are born and raised in that city itself. It depends on what you have to compare to and also on what you enjoy doing and how social you are.In Cincy, I had a few friends from other places, but most people are from Cincinnati and see no reason to leave for more than a vacation or study abroad semester. If you're from the midwest, you'll fit right in.I posted something when I first got here asking for advice on friend-making, and I got a lot of messages echoing the same. There is lot of pride for the city and the state here.So much so that there are, no joke, at least 2 small chains of brick-and-mortar stores here that sell Cincinnati and/or Ohio apparel, with another that sells apparel and other stuff local to the state. If you are used to skiing and hiking every weekend like my Denver friends then you will be disappointed.Sure seems like a ton of 20-30 somethings and healthy bar/going out scene, thanks to the combination of varied bar/restaurant options, large amount of local university grads (UC, XU, NKU, Miami, Dayton) and a lot of companies based in the area. I met my gf within a few months of moving here two years ago at a professional networking function.
Again, people here aren’t rude, they tend to welcome small chit chat, but they’re not looking to make friends or actual conversation with strangers in coffee shops.Cincy people hate when someone points out anything bad about the city, but I’m not going to bullshit you.