Denver women complain Mile High City’s famously large supply of single hunks has dried up… with COVID, dating apps and influx of women all blamed

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TikTok user Fiona (pictured) said, 'If you want to stay single, move to Denver - Don¿t let Menver fool you'

Denver was one home to so many eligible single men that it was nicknamed ‘Menver’ – but angry female singletons are now complaining of a romantic drought. 

The Colorado city first earned the nickname in the early 2000s after it developed a reputation for being filled with handsome, single men who were looking to date, The Denver Post reported.

But the Mile High City now appears to have been hit by a supply chain crisis, with hordes of local women asking where all the hot men have gone.

COVID and the proliferation of dating apps have both been blamed. 

‘Menver’ may even have been the victim of its own success, with so many women flocking there in the hopes of finding a hunky outdoorsman or cowboy that local men no longer have to settle down. 

‘If you’re a female and you’re thinking about moving to Denver, don’t. I know the nickname is ‘Menver Denver’, but the men do not live in Denver,’ said TikTok user Fiona.

TikTok user Fiona (pictured) said, ‘If you want to stay single, move to Denver – Don’t let Menver fool you’

Colorado woman are complaining Denver's famously large dating pool has dried up, claiming the Mile High City's single men are no longer interested in approaching them

Colorado woman are complaining Denver’s famously large dating pool has dried up, claiming the Mile High City’s single men are no longer interested in approaching them

‘I have a theory that the men that move to Denver have given up on dating, but they’ve also given up on themselves.’ 

‘If you’re the type of girl who’s used to being wined and dined, going on vacations,  you’re not going to find your man here. The men literally don’t pay for the dates here, they make you split the bill,’ said Fiona who claims to have lived in Denver for a year and a half.

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‘They prioritize buying $10,000 bikes, skiing, snowboarding, everything expect on you.’

 ‘If you want to waste your time and not find yourself a husband, move to Denver. But if you want to find the one move away.’

A WalletHub study rated Denver the third best city in the country for singles in 2024, based on economic, recreational and dating opportunity factors – but locals beg to differ. 

 Ashley Hughes, 38, told The Denver Post dating was a lot easier when she first moved to Denver in 2011 at 25 years old and men would approach her and her friends and ask them on dates.

‘As I got older, people do not approach you anymore. The effort is so low,’ she said.

Hughes said she believes social isolation from the pandemic has negatively impacted people’s social skills and that dating apps have made some interactions with suitors ingenuine.

‘Man, if apps could go away for just a little bit, people might actually speak to each other again,’ Hughes said.

TikTok user Ellie Abes posted a video about her grievances with dating in the Mile High City for a year and a half.

‘The men here do not approach okay, you could be out and about, on the town, a lot of guys, lock eyes with an attractive man, see an attractive man, but they’re not coming up to you,’ she said.

Abes criticized the effort men in Denver put in on going on dates saying they don’t shave their faces, wear hoodies and smell like dirt.

Denver first earned the nickname 'Menver' in the early 2000s for its surplus in single straight men. A WalletHub study rated Denver the third best city in the country for singles in 2024

Denver first earned the nickname ‘Menver’ in the early 2000s for its surplus in single straight men. A WalletHub study rated Denver the third best city in the country for singles in 2024

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TikTok user Ellie Abes posted a video about her grievances with dating in the Mile High City for a year and a half

TikTok user Ellie Abes posted a video about her grievances with dating in the Mile High City for a year and a half

‘It’s very rare to go on a romantic, wined and dined, dinner date kind of experience here,’ Abes said.

‘It’s more like coffee, hikes, walks, pet your dog, it’s kind of like – it’s not romantic here.’

‘They have enough money to ski and that’s where their money stops. They’re not spending money on dates, they’re not spending money on wooing women,’ she said.

‘If you’re looking for a career driven man who’s going to make a s**t load of money, it’s not in Denver.’

Abes said, ‘Generally speaking, the men here are not looking for their wifey. They’re looking to climb, hike, ski.;

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