Speed dating planning
If the event is free, you will get more jerks, jokers, and others who don't take it seriously.Their presence will discourage people who DO take the speed dating seriously.The second event was at the Hard Rock Cafe in Penn Quater/Chinatown, and even though the location was much more convenient, the room the event was located in was too small which created a noise problem.It was so loud that it made the whole conversing with other people thing difficult, which is the whole point of speed dating.Then on the basis of your experience with the opposite sex and the way they answer your questions, you make a decision of dating, or not dating that person for the second time.The concept is really simple; it is based on ideas like, marriages are made in heaven and love at first sight.We offer the best speed dating Chicago has to offer.
The only thing DC Fray got right was the male to female ratio.
Something to consider: Yes, the fee helps the event organizer make a profit, but it's also a useful filter.
The people who pay that money are pretty serious about wanting to meet new dating prospects.
There may have been a few more men than women, but overall, the event was much closer to a ration than any other speed dating thing I've attended.
As several other people have pointed by now, the ratio is pretty skewed at most of these events, and there are always more men than women, which kind of underscores the BS about that whole "more single women than men in the DC area thing" that people love to parrot.
The non confrontational person in me dreads a scenario where if you weren't feeling it but the other was and they came up to you after asking for a date 😐 but maybe there's stuff to prevent this. I think there are more single women, but just because there's more women doesn't mean that there are some women who are not going to be overlooked by men and visa versa. The venue requires a good bit of planning, but would it be worth it if only 8 people showed?