There seems to be a stigma about it in the Midwest, but in bigger cities it just seems like a norm.”The connections formed by social media can be both a blessing and curse for singles in smaller communities, as well.
Thadeus Giedd, The Bakery’s operations coordinator, recently got out of a long-term relationship.
While getting married in your 20s is common in South Dakota, he says even being in a serious relationship at that stage was considered weird on the west coast.
Another big difference, Rand notices, is the attitude toward online dating in South Dakota versus states with larger populations.
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