So how should you behave when attending speed dating events
Hmm, let me take a second to think about that one. So relax and enjoy. At that time, as a single parent of two kids and two dogs, with a full-time job and a home to run, a speed date was all I could manage; all I could commit to.
Then I personally e-mailed them after reinstating my own account—on my dime and discussed the opportunity with each.
But if you live in an area with lots of gay men like Atlanta, Washington D
- Try Match. Asking about his income would be rude but about his profession is completely okay.
- 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. See what events are available and contact the organizer if you have any questions.
- One personal question or asking about something that he is not comfortable with can spoil the whole thing.
- If the location is casual and laid-back, wear something that would be appropriate on a first date to that place. Here are some suggestions you can use to get yourself ready for an upcoming speed dating event: Always show up a bit earlier so you can arrive there relaxed and not rushing.
So, consider 3 groups of 2 spread out. Talking about yourself non-stop for 4 minutes is not ok. If you are anxious and your breath needs a little improvement, try some chewing gum, it might help calm your nerves and help your breath. If it's a shared event, you may feel a little exposed, and the whole thing will have a less private atmosphere.