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terrywebbs ADMIN

Most of us have only seen speed dating in movies and TV, where it’s portrayed as possibly the most godawful experience on the planet.   It makes sense, though. It’s easy to make a joke out of a quick interaction with a weird character we never have to see again. But in real life, that kind of makes it exciting.

How does it actually work? Supposedly an equal number of men and women? This usually never happens there are more women then men - statistically speaking. They sit down at a table, armed with a name tag and a piece of paper. You meet someone, you talk for 5 minutes, and afterward you circle “yes” if you liked them or “no” if you didn’t. If you both circle yes, you get each others’ contact information in an email the next day. Sounds relatively painless, right?

And that’s fun for you? Totally! You get to make snap judgements on people in 5 minutes, we’re humans and we all love to judge and you know it, you also get to meet a ton of interesting people you might never otherwise. 

So… what makes that different from online dating  you are asking? When you date online, you pre-screen. You scrutinise the little things. “This person’s profile looks awesome but… oh. They love to watch reruns of ‘The Big Bang Theory?’ It might never work.” Speed dating gives you the chance to have a proper conversation with them and see if you get along. You’re getting a slight glimpse at whether or not you might actually enjoy their company.

But I like pre-screening and scrutinising! I deserve someone who is up to my standards. It’s good to have standards. Online dating can be a lot of fun, and can yield some great results, that is why here at Terry Webbs we promote FREE online activity, we give you the ability to interact in more ways than one for FREE, so you have the best opportunities to get to know your perfect match for FREE...!

You don't need speed dating as we can give you FREE dating!

terrywebbs ADMIN

Anyone who's been on the dating scene knows how scary it is, with friends setting up blind dates, meeting strangers or taking a stab at an online dating service. Bombarded with people offering unsolicited advice on who's right for you, it's no wonder choosing someone to go out with gets confusing. You have to listen to your common sense, and with the following process, you can decide who to date.

Find out if you like doing the same things. If you enjoy watching a movie at home with a big bucket of popcorn when he'd rather be out hiking a trail, that's a clue that you have different hobbies. The more activities you enjoy in common, the more you'll have to do when you're together.

Inquire about her faith. It may not seem that important at the beginning when you're just deciding who to date, but dating someone who believes much as you do will help a future relationship. If your faith is important to you, this is an especially pertinent piece of information to have before asking her out.

Share similar family values. You spend every holiday surrounded by family and can't wait to open presents on Christmas Eve, but he flies to Aspen to ski Christmas week. The differences in your life may attract you to him now but may cause problems when your family asks for him next Christmas.

Watch how she treats others. When you go out on your first date, pay attention to how she interacts with and treats other people. You can tell a lot about her by whether she berates the wait staff for small infractions or treats others with respect.

Consider your past relationships. If you see a familiar unsuccessful pattern emerging, think twice before saying "yes" to dinner and a movie with another high-powered executive. You might think you need to be dating a certain type, but it may be time to redefine the type for you.

Resist giving in to a dry spell. Your friends may mean well by trying to send you out on blind dates with all of their girlfriends' girlfriends, but don't ask someone out just for the sake of going out. If you know ahead of time that she just doesn't interest you, then head off any future complications by passing.

Evaluate whether your goals are compatible. If you see yourself in 10 years with the four-bedroom, two and a half-bath colonial with two kids, a dog and a picket fence, but he's talking about backpacking through Europe before touring the Outback, forgo a second date.

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