My life has been transformed in meeting and marrying Michael.
We met at your speeddating event on June 22nd 2014 and got married this march.
Our pre-agreed game-plan: We’d mention no names or other identifying characteristics of those we encountered; we’d focus on our perceptions of what happened; and we’d relay whatever we learned about the experience as honestly as we could (so others might benefit from our mistakes). It doesn’t matter how good a people-person you might consider yourself to be, only a sociopath would enter a speed-dating venue without a certain level of trepidation. These events invariably take place in a pub, so it’s pretty easy to become a littlerelaxed and forget that you’re going to be talking to 15 women you’ve never met before (some of whom you may even want to try and impress).
In other words — we went speed-dating so you didn’t have to. That said — it’s not quite fight-or-flight territory, more fight-or-hide-in-the-bathroom. Humiliatingly, organisers generally make everyone wear name-tags — but that aside, with such a volume of people you’re invariably going to find it difficult to keep track of pretty much any other personal detail they impart if you’ve a few scoops on board.
But what of those who haven’t yet ascended to such a dizzying level of romance, companionship and mutual understanding?
For questions about the Event email Heidi, your Columbus Pre-Dating Speed Dating Coordinator or to register by phone call 614-653-7053.You are welcomed by a host when you arrive who will supply you with a scorecard and name badge.If you’re early, you can enjoy a drink and relax while the other speed daters arrive.If you want to get the best out of Speed Dating we suggest you come with an open mind yourself and try not to take it too seriously.You never know, you could always meet that special person without all the mystery of knowing if they are involved or not.