Klique now speed dating
I, like most women have the fantasy of meeting my perfect man, in the perfect situation and him saying the perfect lines.
So having an evening arranged where you get to meet 30 candidates who are all hoping for the same thing, and are not a) attached b) gay and c) homicidal is like getting a lifeline thrown to you when your drowning. Signing up Before I sussed it out first hand I decided to have a look at how easy it is to sign up for one of these events and see if I could get an idea of who I would be sharing three minutes of my life with.
) and decided to see for myself what one of these events was actually like.I found with 99% of websites you can book really easily online (I’m assuming that’s to save us singletons the shame of having to ring up and actually admit that we have reached the point of no return!) and yes – there is normally a ‘view guests’ button, minus photos!uk was the first result that appeared and to start with the letter X at the front of the title I assumed it was X-rated – or perhaps dating for people looking for a quick encounter – but I read on and it turned out to just be a funky name for a simple speed date service in London. 8.30 we arrived and were handed a piece of paper with ruled lines on it from 1 to 20 and given a sticker and a pen to write our name and stick it on your jumper – or ball gown – whatever youre wearing.8.35 got a coke from the bar and sat down and waited with some trepidation it has to be admitted.
Hmmm…) The speed dating experience Arriving at the event I decided to view from the sidelines and see how the people interacted with each other and to see how the event was actually co-ordinated. The event lasts for about two hours and you generally see about 30 people in a night with a break half way through for drinks and a chat.