When you say “most” single women’s hobbies, you’re talking about “majority”. Where do you get that information? Or is it an assumption? I think you shouldn’t assume that “most” single women do those things that you listed because that’s not the case, hence my “wow” comment lol.
All women (like men), are different and have different tastes and interests in things and I can only speak for myself.
I’m definitely not scared of guns, and I definitely don’t spend all my time watching food channel (but I do enjoy watching it) and I don’t even know what HGTV is. Reading, well the only reading I do is reading the Bible, or reading school books with my 5 year old neice. My hobbies can range from playing/listening to music, spending time with my dogs or my neices/nephs, going for random drives, to catching up with friends, minstering, taking pictures of nature, landscapes etc and Netflixing it lol.
Restoring a car wouldn’t be a hobby for me but I have spent time with my Pops on knowing the basic mechanics of a car - especially knowing how to change a tyre (he taught me this so if my car broke down, I wouldn’t have to signal someone for help, instead I’d know what to do). I like cars, but that doesn’t mean it would become a hobby for me, I know other females who take this to the next level and are car enthusiasts, complete with modifications to their cars & are involved in car clubs.
So basically, single women are different in what interests them and it’s kind of unfair for you to assume that most single women do the things that you listed in your other post, maybe the single women that you know do those things but I wouldn’t say “most”. We all live in different parts of the world & I haven’t mentioned what the single women I know of in the South Island here do, hint: farming.