Where to find all the single women and where it rains men

Valentine’s day arrived! A day we invented to spoil your other half. For singles, it’s the day you feel left out or appreciate the fact that you’re not spending a penny to make someone feel special. At some point in our lives we will be looking for someone to hang out with and if you are, you will have more success if you move to certain cities or states. A census has been taken and the date results show the exact cities and states you should go to if you are looking for a male partner or a female partner to possibly date!

Census data collected showed that there is 127 million singles who are eighteen years of age or older, living in the United States! That’s almost forty percent of the population!

Where are the most singles? Richmond, Virginia is where the most single people live, followed by cities like Pittsburgh, Buffalo, newark, New JerseyCincinnati, OhioAtlantaBaton Rouge, LouisianaSaint LouisMinneapolis, Minnesota and Detroit!

Now, if you’re looking for a single man to eventually connect with, you might want to move to Minneapolis. It is the city with the most single men. Next is Atlanta…Newark…Pittsburgh…Madison, Wisconsin…Richmond…Cincinnati…St. Louis…Buffalo and north of us here in Vegas, Reno, Nevada!

Guys, if you want a single woman, start your search in Buffalo! The most single women are there, followed by Richmond…Pittsburgh…Cincinnati…Cleveland, Ohio…Newark…Baton Rouge…Washington, DC…Atlanta…and Baltimore.

If you are looking to be one of those people who love divorced people and maybe want to get in touch with them, go to Spokane, Washington! They have the highest divorcees!

We have more on this story and more in today’s edition of a A few things you need to know!

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Where to Get the Best Chocolate Cake in Las Vegas

You have to love the National Day Calendar. There are all kinds of holidays there. And today, we are even more fans. Because it is National Chocolate Cake Day! Note: this is also National fun at work day. So if you can find a way to have fun at work with chocolate cake, you get bonus points.

History of chocolate cake

You know when you look at old photos, no one smiles? These sepia photos of the couple or individual portraits. Why are they so unhappy? Of course, you can say that was just the custom back then. But, I think it’s because those poor bastards didn’t have chocolate cake.

Chocolate was mainly consumed as a drink until the 1830s or 1840s. The first chocolate cake recipe was not even published until 1847, according to nationaldaycalendar.com. I know what you’re thinking… how did they deal with stress before that when they couldn’t eat their feelings out of chocolate? I don’t even want to know. But I can guess there were a few wagons with fist-shaped bumps.

Why is this so. Damn. Good?

So many reasons. It goes with any flavor of icing. Vanilla, strawberry, cream cheese. You can’t go wrong with any of them. Also, unlike their lighter counterparts, cakes of the chocolate variety contain caffeine. The darker the chocolate, the more caffeine it contains. Yeah, no wonder we’re addicted.

Tips for the best homemade cake

If you are planning to make a chocolate cake at home, here are some tips. Use room temperature eggs and butter for the best texture. Use cold coffee or espresso powder in the mix to bring out the cocoa flavor. Use dark cocoa powder and brown sugar for a richer flavor. And my favorite tip is to make a poke cake. This gives incredible moisture and flavor.

Alright, now that we’re all dying to have a slice of it, here’s where you can grab the best today in Vegas. – Wendy Rush

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