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Like, look, you’re going to eat the cereal anyway, the toy is just a kitschy promotional item that’s there to get you to buy THAT particular box.
Likewise, you’re going to be using dating apps anyway, and brown bag speed dating is just a highly Instagrammable opportunity to get four drinks for (the cost of the event, which gets you drinks and your paper bag “kit”) while maybe, maybe, maybe meeting someone you’d get along with.
Everyone will be noting down which nerds they want to see again.
At the end of the dates we’ll collect the score cards and get in touch with the matched individuals so they can take things further (if they want to! The whole thing will be kept ticking over by host Steve Cross.
No matter how romantic one is, there are nerve testing times when breaking the ice gets tough.
Conversation, when not planned initially, can become difficult to last even for a couple of minutes, particularly during the early days of courtship.
Yes, speed dating where you cut holes out of a bag for your eyes and mouth and put it over your head. Loveflutter, the dating app for “quirky” people, is organizing these events.
Loveflutter requires users to come up with a 140-character statement about yourself that’s “quirky” (God, I hate that word) and presents that statement as your profile image before revealing your photo.
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Snow-loving singles will gather at Loveland Ski Area, which is a much more fitting location than runner-up site Mount Crippling Loneliness.
The event welcomed 200 attendees in 2015, and organizers are expecting at least that many this weekend.
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(Just in case you’re wondering it’s not a fancy dress event, unless you’re always in cosplay) Before the slightly awkward nerdy speed dating begins, we’ll have a talk from Scientist and TV expert Dr Emily Grossman on ‘X –Rated Weird and Wonderful Science Facts’ to help get the conversation flowing.