It's only natural to want to share some culture with your soulmate; this allows for a type of deep-rooted connection that can be hard to attain through mere conversation and intimacy. Sharing culture with a date is pretty easy if you're asking out a person who's been your next door neighbor since childhood, but as someone living in a country which, on the whole, goes about things much differently than that of your ancestry, it can be a bit more difficult.
Chicago boasts the third highest population of any city in the United States, is a member of the top ten Global Financial Centres in the world (beating out the bigger city in Loas Angeles; only behind New York in the United States), and is the home state of current U.S. President Barack Obama. That's just the tip of the iceberg in terms of all the bragging that The Windy City could do if it could talk, so needless to say it's a pretty desirable place to reside.
Los Angeles has more influence over pop culture and societal trends in general than any other city in existence. Living in a city that leads the entire Earth in the production of movies, music, television shows and video games pretty much puts you square in the center of media and entertainment, which some might argue rules the world. Los Angeles is the place that everyone looks to when deciding how to be cool, and people try to be cool so that they can get the hottest date possible.
The United States has always had a bit of a fascination with the French. Maybe it's the “language of love” accent that everyone seems to woo themselves over, where British accents that make Americans think of Harry Potter or Scottish and Irish dialects which derive thoughts of leprechauns and Braveheart don't have quite the same effect. Perhaps it's just the charismatic magnetism that seems to follow the French around wherever they go.
New York City has turned into one of the most diverse populations in the country. A part of this population is the ever increasing number of single and ready to mingle Indians. Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Connecticut and even Pennsylvania are all home to large Indian populations. But, most of the time, when it comes to partying, everyone travels in hordes to the Big Apple.