About speed dating
We went over some basic speed dating tips in part 1, now it's time to go into greater detail about having unique, interesting conversations during your speed date. As we mentioned in part 1, it is very important to set yourself apart from the rest of the crowd at a speed dating event.If you ask the same questions as the other daters, your conversations will likely be forgettable.So dating experts advise that short of having a paper full of questions, you must be ready with a list of interesting, impressive and enjoyable questions that will keep the conversation thriving in those five-ten minutes. You must go about the dating event with a positive attitude. Also remember never to be tongue-tied and paralyzed if you can't remember the important questions; there are so many inane things to discuss and enjoy!Some of the questions ranging from serious to silly, that are used in speed dating are as follows: You must remember to be confident. Here is an example: "Let's suppose you get a phone call tomorrow morning telling you that you've won a free trip anywhere in the world to watch a musician of your choice perform in concert.Where would you go, and which artist would you see?Speed-daters, by contrast, have on any given night around 10 potential matches.
The format for such an event involves short, 3 to 10 minute face-to-face sessions with each available match, during which time both participants may discuss whatever they like.
To have a positive speed dating experience, you can prepare ahead of time, know what to expect, and present yourself well to your dates.
Speed dating is the hot new alternative on the dating scene, compared to barhopping and online dating.
I cover two venues in southeast England for one of the largest dating companies in the country.
Speed-dating has become ironic; it’s actually one of the slowest forms of dating around.