At Ditch or Date we believe in giving the best most personal service with a really friendly touch. All our events are hosted by our own experienced and very professional hosts who take pride in running our very successful events. We can do that for you and everyone attending on the night. Unlike some other speed dating companies, we really go the extra mile to make sure your night is a success You could join a dating agency or do online dating and meet a string of unsuitable people OR you could come to just one Ditch or Date event and meet 15 to 20 people in one night. Remember success is guaranteed!
What's Speed Dating Really Like? I Tried It & Learned The Most Surprising Lesson
I showed up here with big expectations, curious about what speed dating is really like and hopeful I might at least meet someone intriguing. Now it's 10 seconds into Date One and I fear this was a terrible mistake. I came here tonight with the hopes of meeting my next boyfriend. In truth, I came here hoping for a funny story, something I could joke about with my friends as I recalled the things I do to try to salvage my struggling love life. Apps are exhausting, life is hectic, and I can never seem to attract the type of men I want to meet. The natural solution to this?
SPEED dating may sound a little daunting, but it can actually be loads of fun. If you're not exactly sure what it's all about, we've got the lowdown on how it works, where you can take part and the quirky themed nights on offer. Speed dating involves a group of singles going on quickfire dates with each other. One set of daters - usually women - stay seated at the same table, while the men move from table to table. The number of dates held in an evening varies from event to event, but it's usually 10 or less.
Speed dating is a formalized matchmaking process which has the purpose of encouraging eligible singles to meet large numbers of new potential partners in a very short period of time. SpeedDating , as a single word, is a registered trademark of Aish HaTorah. Speed dating , as two separate words, is often used as a generic term for similar events.