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Guys, DON'T EVER try to date women in DuPage County, Illinois!

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Guys, DON'T EVER try to date women in DuPage County, Illinois!

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DuPage County, Illinois is one of Chicago's collar counties. Located directly west of Chicago and Cook County, it contains many of Chicago's western suburbs including Lombard, Glen Ellyn, Wheaton, Naperville, Downers Grove, Addison, Oak Brook, Elmhurst, Bloomingdale, and West Chicago. It also apparently contains some rather scenic bicycle trails including the Illinois Prairie Path and a section of the Great Western Trail. But DuPage County is also the driest and most barren social desert in North America and has also, as far as I know it, the most toxic, unapproachable, spoiled, fake, and inauthentic women in North America. Places like Oak Brook Mall, Yorktown Mall, Fermilab, College of DuPage, Elmhurst College, Benedictine University, the DuPage County Fairgrounds, and Downtown Naperville will literally have single guys feeling worthless and alienated to the point of purposefully walking in huge, wide circles around every single woman in the entire community and acting like talking to strangers except for business reasons is 55 years in prison under Illinois State Law.

In DuPage County, Illinois, nobody ever has any interactions at all with strangers unless it is strictly business-related. And that includes heavily at such events as the DuPage County Fair, the Naperville Car Show, the Taste of Lombard/4th of July festivities in Lombard's Madison Meadow park, Naperville's Riverwalk Fine Art Fair, the Naperville Rib Fest, and also meteorologist Tom Skilling's annual Severe Weather/Tornado seminar at Fermilab. In DuPage County, Illinois, nobody goes out except in tightly closed cliques and a zero tolerance policy for strangers. Guys, merely approaching a woman at all is enough to get you arrested by the police as women in DuPage County are more paranoid of men and more lesbian than anywhere else in North America.

Also, people in DuPage live strictly to work. DuPage County is a heavily workaholic region, which even shows in historic photos of Kiddie Kingdom in Oakbrook Terrace, where today stands the Oakbrook Terrace Tower. Across the intersection of Roosevelt Road and Route 83 from the Oakbrook Terrace Tower is the crumbling ruins of Ebenezer Floppen Slopper's Wonderful Water slides/Doc River's Roaring Rapids water park. Those two places in themselves show just how fast the suburbs west of Chicago have become a zone of strictly workaholics, where people's schedules go strictly by the day and only the day and is the same repeated schedule every single day for all 365 days a year, including on holidays. Henceforth, nobody in DuPage County even has time for anyone at all, including to go on dates even if they wanted to.

And DuPage County, Illinois women are so proud and have such big egos that to them, guys that complain about being single are looked upon as even already a massacre/terrorist suspect who has already committed a massacre or terrorist attack. Guys that are by themselves in DuPage County, including at car shows and fairs, are seen as wanted rapists and sex predators/registered sex offenders. Male students interacting in any way, shape, or form with female students; even guys merely sitting within less than 10 feet of female students, is considered sexual harassment at College of DuPage and is grounds for suspension, even arrest by the Glen Ellyn Police Department and imprisonment in the DuPage County Jail.

Also, there is absolutely no hugging at all in DuPage County, Illinois.

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