The Best Places to Go For “Cuffing Season” in Boise
With the weather cooling down in the Treasure Valley, that can only mean one thing – cuffing season is upon us. What is “cuffing season,” you ask? According to Miriam-Webster, cuffing season is the time of year when "single people begin looking for short-term partnerships to pass the colder months of the year.” The dictionary also says that cuffing season begins in October and ends around Valentine’s Day… maybe that’s why everyone breaks up the day before?
It somewhat makes sense when you think about it. October is when the hunt begins and I would think by November, you would have someone that you’re “talking to” which would mean you have a date for Thanksgiving dinner… right? After that, the only way is up – you’re set for holiday parties and of course, New Year’s Eve. Think about – 2 months of building just enough trust to bring this seasonal lover around family and co-workers before POOF! Valentine’s Day comes and you save yourself the obligation to profess your love for your valentine across social media.
Apart from what sounds like “hollow behavior”, I have to say that Boise certainly appears to be of the prime spots in the country for cuffing season. There’s so much that the Treasure Valley can offer to people who are on the hunt during cuffing season. Think about it – snowy mountains? A vibrant nightlife?
According to WalletHub, Boise ranks among the top ten when it comes to “Best Cities for Singles.” That being said, let’s dive into the best places for you to find success during the cuffing season.