What cities you been to that felt weird, odd, or strange to you. Not for any direct reason, but just the atmosphere of the city or it's people. If you see your city feel free to comment! Washington DC Went with my wifey for a short stay while on a road trip to a friend's baby shower in Charlotte, NC. I'm drivin up to a perfect view of Capitol Hill at night thinkin, good ole Chocolate City! This is gonna be the bomb! Saw all the tourist sites during the day. Loved it. But the night before the wifey and I lit up a thick one and went out to check out what was nearby. To begin with, people in DC--or at least this area, we stayed at the W hotel--seem..."reserved." I felt like I was surrounded by robots. Like people just walk or sit about keep completely to themselves, ignoring their surrounding. Also it was around midnight or so, in a hotel/bar district, and the streets were dark and almost empty. Strange. We hear some Hip Hop playing outside this one spot and decide to go check it out. The music is all old school Hip Hop and club-R&B...not bad...but they all sound like cheesy knock offs. Maybe it was really obscure old school stuff. It could have been royalty free Soundcloud tracks for all I know. but we didn't hear anything we knew. Just some random late 90s/early 2000s sounding Hip Hop. Everyone was wearing suits and ties. Maybe it was an after work spot. So we felt kinda weird walking up in there with shirts, jeans and kicks thinking we found black folks spot. Mostly young white, Indians and Asians. But the most bizarre shyt was their dancing. Instead of some two steppin, rockin, bumpin and grinding going on the motherfukkers are bouncing around like ball room dancers to what sounds like a bad Ginuwine knock off. This is strange even by white college bar standards. Again, like we were surrounded by robots. Overall, even by day, going to restaurants or shopping around and stuff, DC people just seem really "off" and reserved. We got the hell on with our road trip the next night. Arrived in Charolette, enjoyed the day life and went to this packed strip joint/party wit all black folks and a DJ/MC. The jams was on deck from Nas to Future. Felt right at home Dallas, Texas This one actually had kind of a bad back story. One of my more simp moments of the past. Skipped class to drive from NYC all the way to this city (20 fukking hours) for this older lady I was fukkin at the time. She claimed she desperately needed to see her family for a personal reason but had no car, couldnt afford a flight, none of her broke friends had a car, and I was the only one who could come to the rescue before it was too late. p*ssy was good tho. To start, I did not see big downtown Dallas while I was there. It felt weird being in a city where people don't....you know....go outside. Everyone drives from place to place, and if you're walking you look like a psycho. Just weird to me, as a East Coast dude. No corner stores, no bodegas, No noise. Drive-in everything. Every place you need to get to is in a mall or plaza. Just a weird city to me. I can see myself retiring away here, but man, not for me at this point in my life. With that said, as a foodie, the restaurant game in Dallas was glorious! Maaaan, the food, atmosphere, service, vibe. Dallas knows how to eat. I'd go back just for food (and see downtown) alone. DC and Dallas fam, where did I go wrong?