Start-up companies now meet with investors, pregnant couples interact with doulas, and homeless dogs court potential owners, all using the speed-dating format.
While that is still one possible aim of dating today, fun and excitement are also important outcomes.
One of the things that has changed the most over time is dating etiquette.
Food and drinks will be offered courtesy of Great Dane Coffee and since this is a 19 event, alcoholic drinks will also be for sale.
So if you’re looking for places to make a new friend or just dying to find someone who’ll listen to your 10-minute rant about the mind fuck that was Westworld and have $5 to spare, drop by the Great Dane tomorrow and socialize away.
Stephen: Dear Valentine, I want the world to know I love you…
It’s Valentine’s Day next week and I’m writing the cards I’m going to send.
AS A PSYCHOLOGIST, I have always found the concept of speed dating fascinating.
During a series of mini dates, each spanning no more than a couple of minutes, participants in a speed-dating event evaluate a succession of eligible singles.
They make split-second decisions on matters of the heart, creating a pool of information on one of the more ineffable yet vital questions of our time—how we select our mates.
The concept of rapid-fire dating has gained tremendous popularity, spreading to cities all over the world.
Vancouver might rank amongst the warmest cities in Canada when winter rolls in, but its reputation for being a cold and unfriendly city all year round far exceeds what could’ve been a nifty little title. Now on its third iteration, Espressyoself is a social café happening at Great Dane Coffee tomorrow.