Brooklyn girls are hard to please

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Brooklyn women are the choosiest in America, reveals a new online survey.

Dating site AYI.com analysed nearly a half-million online dating interactions and found that, nationwide, Brooklyn women were the least likely to respond to messages from prospective lovers.

Edna Velasco, 27, of Williamsburg, dated 20 men she met on a dating site and found only ONE passable.

During one bad date, she says her potential suitor paid for a $2 slice of pizza with pocket change — and then asked her to cough up 50 cents to cover the balance.

Men may have more luck in Miami, St. Louis or Las Vegas, all of which had high response rates.

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