Three minutes can feel like an eternity with a snooze of a date, or a snap of the finger when you have chemistry. So maybe you won’t get to have an in-depth conversation about the origin of the universe, but you can do better than awkwardly shifting and asking your date about their day. Sure, you should be prepared and comfortable to ask questions to your match. Listen to their answers and let the conversation flow smoothly from what they have to say instead of proceeding with a pre-determined script.You can also learn a lot by observing the way they speak, their body language, and whether they maintain eye contact.So why not join in the fun filled evenings of laughter, chat, flirting, expand your circle of friends, develop your confidence and meet a special person you want to see again?We’re confident there’s someone for everyone so we guarantee you will find someone you will want to see again, otherwise we will give you your next Speed Dating event for free!
At 25speed dating events, you get a chance to enjoy 25 different 3-minute dates with eligible singles.
In January 2006 I met CJ (Screen name Marathon Man) on the chatrooms on Speeddater. After a year of seeing eachother and having weekends in London and Brighton we decided to move in together. 2 years later we returned to barbados and got married on the beach 20 December 2009.
I think speedater is a great website for meeting people! Here is the link to our u tube vidoe of the engagement night.
Speed dating is a novel concept, and I'm sure can be an excellent idea for some individuals given their personality types, backgrounds, and openness to meeting others.
However, my main concern with speed dating is that it could be difficult to build a real connection with someone who's interested in dating you, as that to me is what defines dating success: entering and maintaining a relationship with another person.
Everyone gets a chance to meet (and flirt); and successful pairings are given contact info to try their luck in the "real world." Speed dating is useful for obvious reasons, like sharing horror stories about inappropriate participants.