When the music stops dating
Needless to say, most of our early interactions whilst getting to know strangers revolve around asking and being asked questions.
This is even more true in speed dating, and knowing the right questions to ask (and when! Everyone has their own theories on the best way to approach this, and a psychologist claims to have found the perfect set (admittedly over a longer time frame than the average speed dating date) has been investigated by the Times Magazine.
The two parted ways almost three years ago, and since stepping back into the single life, she’s found herself feeling like many of us have – thoroughly unimpressed with the dating landscape and swipe-to-play culture.
She got the idea for TSD after hosting Kiss & Tell: First Date where guests had to bring a first date or new friend to the party (one of her many themes from over the years). I feel like we’ve been interacting one-on-one and courting one-on-one since the beginning of time and I just feel like these dating apps are not a healthy way to interact with people or to look for a potential mate,” she said.
“I just want to get all our friends together who are interested in more obscure music, because it can be hard to meet people with similar music taste, I found.
Seze Devres, the organizer and host of TSD, found me by the bar as I was ordering a very reasonably priced whisky (they know their audience).
Devres has a mane of fuschia hair, a warm smile and personality to match.
The event cover is and as the host, she makes sure to check everyone in personally, asking guests whether they’re seeking men, women, or both, and printing their preference in the corner of their name tag.
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" So, do you think that a set of questions can really be the difference between falling in love or just being friends?