Yes, that means all the single ladies; word to Beyoncé.And you, homeboy, shoulda/woulda/coulda put a ring on it, but instead you overplayed your poker hand, as well as other poker parts, and now you’re played out.Since almost nobody in Atlanta is actually from Atlanta, we spend most of our time telling out-of-towners why they can't go about finding attractive, eligible people to mate with the same way they did back home, because dating in the ATL isn't like anywhere else, and is downright mysterious for the uninitiated.
The airport is one of the two MARTA destinations that it make sense to ride to.
Hartsfield-Jackson is so big/busy that it's actually got some pretty sweet bars and restaurants, all of which are perfect for meeting someone from another state, or maybe even someone from overseas interested in a little "foreign exchange." Anyone who’s been pursued by a Southern woman knows she'll feed you like she's trying to make foie gras from your liver.
Music is the ultimate healer, so when we lose one of our heroes we only know one way to ease the pain.
Join us for a special celebration of life as we recreate Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ “Damn the Torpedoes” live at The Grand Opera House.
On the other, you might be expected to team up and ask for double-forgiveness after what you did together Saturday night.
Just tell the pastor you were only trying to burn off the brunch calories.
Wealth is as attractive as a person’s physique, yet Atlanta’s a city where you can be unemployed for years and still somehow seduce/fool people into thinking you’re a tycoon.
You should consider asking for a W-2, especially if on closer examination the “Michael Kors” on their watch is spelled like the beer.
We've got some of the best strip clubs in the world, and we’re all adults here. If they can find you on Linked In, they can easily find you in Lithonia, and they’re probably always strapped.
Pro tip: if they ask you to meet them somewhere in public, make sure it’s not the sporting section at Walmart.
Let’s say you’re a fat guy, which -- let’s be honest -- is not all that hypothetical.