This type of new dating activity is especially beneficial to those who have a very busy life style and spend most of their time at work, at a university and so forth.
Speed dating is an organized social event that allows a single person to meet many other single people at once rather than just going on a date with one person.
Typically, speed dating sessions are held at a club, restaurant or other venue and people speak to each other in groups of two while enjoying a drink or some food.
By the time most men turn 35 they don’t use bars or dancing clubs to look for women.
They see that they don’t belong to the youth culture anymore, they are more seasoned and more mature.
A few days after the speed dating event, participants are given the names and contact information of those that would like to see them again.
The invention of speed dating is credited to Rabbi Yaacov Deyo who tried the method on Jewish singles in his congregation to help them find potential marriage partners.
Typically, the participants cannot exchange contact information during the speed date.
Instead, they must make a note of the people they are interested in seeing again.
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