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Reader: Too Many Denver Men Are Still Boys Living the Full-Blown Stoner Life

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A recent survey listed Denver among the top fifteen cities for single women -- and when we shared our post about it, we asked if the idea that Denver is actually "Menver" qualifies as reality or hype. We received a wide variety of interesting responses, including this one.

See also: Top Fifteen Cities for Single Women -- and Where Denver Finishes

Rae Bell writes:

No men....just an awful lot of BOYS who still want to party every night, live the full-blown stoner life, etc. Even those in their later 30's and 40's behave as if they are still 20-something.

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