speed-dating

speed-dating

a way of meeting by talking briefly to several potential romantic partners at an organized event
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She said, 'Obviously people get quite nervous when they come to a speed-dating event, especially if it's their first one, but holding it at a venue like Oakwood adds a really fun vibe to the event and it will be a good ice breaker to experience the rides together.
'Although most of the action is set in the speed-dating room, there are also scenes in the men's toilet and in the women's.
Speed-dating originated in the USA and is now all the rage in cities like London and Leeds.
The Salon presenter is hosting a Valentine's Day speed-dating event for Glamour magazine at Harrods in London this weekend.
Health club operator LA Fitness is jumping on the speed-dating bandwagon, it was confirmed yesterday.
The study tracked 1,868 female and 1,870 male participants at 84 commercial speed-dating events.
MSPs are going "political speed-dating" in a bid to win young voters.
CAN you tell me about speed-dating using the internet?
THE Italianate village of Portmeirion is the setting for a new speed-dating series for would-beWelsh lovers.
Director Simon Prockter, who met his partner speed-dating, said: 'Natalie has built up a successful local business.
For the current study, 40 men and 40 women each watched video of eight speed-dating interactions.
Arriva buses is launching Britain's first bus speed-dating service for singles looking for love in a hurry in Glasgow.