Do you like rugged or clean cut? Do you like funny or serious all the time type of guys. Like all states around the United States, you'll find all walks of life from your Hogwarts fanatics to your TikTok influencers. There's someone for everyone. Right?

I asked Chat GPT how many single men are in America;

As of my last update, the United States Census Bureau reported that there were approximately 64.8 million unmarried and single Americans over the age of 18. This number includes both men and women. - ChatGPT

Granted I asked "Men," but never mind, ChatGPT gave us the singles number for both men and women. That's ok.

So, your saying there's a chance?!

Of course! Do you know your type? Washington State is home to many walks of life/type/ singles.

Your Typical Washington State Men

Think you know who what types of men you may run into in WA? Let's test your knowledge :).

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So, did you see any that caught your eye? It was the one "with the roommate" huh. I knew it. Hey! Shows he knows how to save money, right? I mean, I'd live at home with momma too but, well she lives an hour away and I like my job in media, I don't think this company will up and move to the middle of nowhere in Okanogan County. Dang it!


No matter who you choose, don't settle for anyone less than what you deserve. Remember;

It's ok to be picky! - me (Aly)

Having dating standards is necessary and perfetly fine.

Who knows you the best? Yourself. So set those boundaries and make sure you don't let them slip, you got this!

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"Are We Dating the Same Guy?" + 27 Other Interesting Idaho Facebook Groups

Connection & Controversy
Six years after it rocked the world with friend requests and profile pics, Facebook launched what's become one of its most revolutionary and iconic features: Facebook groups. But what inspired the idea of exclusive or interest-based subgroups?

Zuckerberg's Groupies
In his 2017 manifesto, Zuckerberg expanded on Facebook's goal to "develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that works for all of us."

He wanted Facebook users to have the autonomy to create communities that were civically-engaged, supportive, and inclusive. It was also a means to shift from friend-centric interactions to user experiences with an axiom of authentic communication in group discussions.

While we can't speak to how supportive or deep Facebook groups are or aren't, Zuckerberg's success with the initiative speaks for itself.

According to SellCoursesOnline, between 2016 and 2020, a Facebook report found that "the number of active members in Facebook Groups almost doubled from 1 billion to 1.8 billion users." As of 2022, that accounts for approximately 60% percent of the platform's 2.93 billion users.

Facebook Group Facts
  • In 2017, 100 million users said they belonged to groups they found "very meaningful." By 2019, that number had grown to 400 million.
  • 50 percent of Facebook users belong to at least five groups.
  • Driven by trends, branding, and offline communities and businesses with a need for an online presence, there are tens of millions of Facebook groups today.
  • Nearly 100 percent of users say Facebook groups foster a sense of belonging and a place to talk about important issues.

Idaho Facebook Groups
In 2023, Facebook groups remain the MVP of online communities around the world. And Idaho is no exception!

Listed below are 28 Idaho Facebook groups we find particularly interesting, quirky, or useful.

How many of them do you belong to you? We have a feeling that number will grow a bit after a scroll through our gallery!

Click the pic to join the Facebook group!

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