Orlando is the place where I witnessed an unhinged woman scream at a McDonald’s drive-thru attendant about orange juice, and realized it was one of the most charming things I had seen during my entire stay. There is no way—no possible way—that it is anywhere near the best city for singles. I was going to say that I’d rather be single in hell, but then I realized that hell is Orlando in summer. Tricked myself!
WHAT IS YOUR METHODOLOGY, WALLETHUB? WHO ARE YOU?!
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