30 signs that your relationship is probably over in the Twin Cities

Categories: Dating

Payton Chung

Imagine: You're about to go on another date with someone in the Twin Cities. Things haven't been going so great lately, but you're still not sure whether you should end it.

Need a little help? Here are 30 signs that your Twin Cities relationship might be dunzo.

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30. They get annoyed when you go to a brewpub and there's no Miller or Coors on tap.

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29. They think venues like the Turf Club and the Triple Rock Social Club are scary.

28. They think the Walker Art Center is weird. And not in a good way.

27. They have never been to an Uptown Theatre midnight movie, and only venture to Uptown to shop at Victoria's Secret and MAC.

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26. They don't believe you when you tell them about your favorite karaoke hot spot, the James Ballentine VFW, or the riotous dance parties to be found... in the basement of that VFW.

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25. They don't know the difference between Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun.

24. They helped paint over your kick-ass PBR mural without even telling you.

23. You see them at Cheap Date Night at Bryant-Lake Bowl with someone else.

22. They refuse to go outside during the winter, when there's so many great things to check out, such as the Art Shanties Project, U.S. Pond Hockey Tournament, the Saint Paul Winter Carnival, ice skating at Rice Park, and more. Not all of us are into winter nesting.

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21. They think bikes are for kids.

20. You live in Minneapolis, they live in St. Paul. That's sooo far away. The commute is killing you, and one of you needs to be willing to cross the river from time to time in order to hang out.

19. They've never been to Hidden Beach.

18. They got Kickstarter tickets to an ultra-exclusive dinner at Travail and they didn't take you.

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17. You're both under 30 and they don't want to go to Zombie Pub Crawl/You're both over 30 and they want to go to Zombie Pub Crawl.

16. They have no interest in going to First Avenue.

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