Despite only being a few miles apart as the crow flies, some residents of Arlington and D.C. are reticent to date people who live in the other jurisdiction.
For some, it’s the perceived differences among people who live on opposite banks of the Potomac. For others, it’s more practical concerns: the distance makes Metro travel slow and Uber travel pricey.
Yet, cross-Potomac romances do happen, as sometimes a river is not enough to deter two people who feel a real connection.
How do you feel it?
Photo via Flickr/John Sonderman
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