Speed dating slogans
Earlier today, I was looking through a few online dating profiles and the following irritating phrase came up several times: “I’m a lil like marmite – you either love me or hate me.” Ah, ok, so you’re not a “lil like marmite” because you’re thick, pasty and smell like shit?Why include such an inappropriate and over-used slogan in your profile?In short: Overwhelmingly unimpressive and not particularly dating-friendly. Some folks eyes lit up at the end of the evening when vegan cupcakes came out, others begged off saying they avoid sugar or that the treats were too sweet.) But folks weren’t there for the food.If you’re unfamiliar with speed dating, here’s how last night’s worked: people wore name tags and were given a sign-up sheet.“From a romantic-partner perspective, it seems like a waste of time for a 63-year-old to be mingling with a 22-year-old,” concurred Henning.Brighten said she plans to offer events with narrower age ranges down the track.The event featured a self-described dating expert, Anna Hennings, 25, who has co-authored articles on the subject and counts among her credentials being raised by sex educators/therapists.
Brighten believes that finding a partner who shares the same politics of the plate is one of the keys to a happy relationship.
In the event that two people each picked the other, contact details are passed along via email. As a neophyte to the speed dating scene, who knew what to expect?
It turned out that the men and women at the event were mostly kind, curious, and thoughtful during the brief interactions. Check.) Accentuate the positive and don’t interview or interrogate.
Plus, they’re sure to look great on your pub trivia team’s t-shirts.
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