With all of the dating apps and websites out there, you may have forgotten that speed dating is a thing.It may not even seem all that ‘speedy’ considering apps like Tinder require very little time and effort to simply swipe left or right.If that happens, expanding the geographical range of the events you attend may yield some new options.
Online, a prospective date’s profile tends to show the person in the light that they want to be seen.
While speed dating, however, you can quickly tell a liar from a truth-speaker and all your questions will be answered – the mutual goal for you and your prospective date is to find out as much as you can about each other to see whether you make a match or not.
So by all means, give it a try—you never know who you’ll meet!
Speed Dating is an event for single people to meet face-to-face with like-minded people, to spark conversations with and possible romance.
Your host will give a welcome speech to let you know what to expect throughout the evening.
Once the dating part begins, the ladies will be seated at their allocated table. After four minutes, the bell will be rung; and all the girls will stay seated and all the guys will move round.
At Speed Dating, everyone is there to meet other people - just like you.
You have just enough time with each person to decide whether or not you like them - you only get given each other's contact information if you both agree and consent to this.
When you don’t find a mutual match at a speed dating event, the person doesn’t usually reject you face-to-face – and you don’t have to deal with the guilt-inducing action yourself.