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These are some of the juicy questions we asked some of Seattle’s “most eligible” singles — according to Hinge, at least.Be respectful of our online community and contribute to an engaging conversation.We reserve the right to ban impersonators and remove comments that contain personal attacks, threats, or profanity, or are flat-out offensive.Work: North America Business Development Manager, Microsoft Financing. “Being a metropolitan city that is surrounded by nature, Seattle attracts a unique mix of people who are active and adventurous yet grounded and driven, which is the best of both worlds.Education: BA, Colorado College; MS (Comparative Social Policy), University of Oxford. Given that it’s also one of the fastest growing cities, it’s transient by nature with a lot of new people moving into the city, startups popping up, companies expanding, restaurants opening, etc.” What’s the worst part of dating in Seattle?“He thought I studied too hard, that I was being a nerd and overdoing it,” she says.