We compiled this list to help women new to the OC area avoid certain bars that tend to attract the male "douchebag" species.
Orance County, California (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
For the 5th time in their 5 year history, OnlineDatingMatches.com has released their annual "Top 10 Douchebag Bars" list for Orange County, California.
Orange County, California draws millions of visitors and thousands of new residents every year. The great weather, affluent neighborhoods and high quality of life make the OC an ideal place to work and live. Despite an over-abundance of hot trendy bars and clubs, certain hot spots tend to attract the species of male otherwise known as the "douchebag". From fratboys who just turned 21, to "bros" and "fist pumpers" to the 65 year old multi-millionaire republicans hitting on 18 year old women, the OC bar and club scene can be a nightmare to navigate if you are a female new to the area.
OnlineDatingMatches.com surveyed over 100 women in the O.C. area and asked them which bars and clubs attract the worst of the worst in male douchebags. From their responses, 10 nightspots were selected that seemed to attract the male douchebags more often than not.
"Most hot bars and nightclubs have a 2-3 year shelf life. After the scene has died down, it tends to attract a regular crowd and sometimes it's not the best place a girl would want to go with her friends to have a drink or two. With this list, we're trying to give women new to the OC area a head's up on which bars/clubs they should probably avoid if they don't want to run into a huge group of male douchebags" says owner Karen Kauffman. "Just because a bar/nightclub is on the list, doesn't mean it's a bad place to hang out with your girlfriends, it's just a higher chance of running into a crowd that you wouldn't necessarily want to mix and mingle with."
OnlineDatingMatches.com is a 5 year old dating advice and online dating review website. It has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Australia's Herald Newspaper and various other news outlets. ODM focus on "street smart, no b.s." advice for their readers with a refreshing sense of honesty.