The big debate With its face-to-face advantage and nearly 20 new people signing up for each session, there’s no questioning that the concept of speed dating is finding plenty of takers in the city.
But does that imply that it has an edge over its online counterparts?
I have used many other websites in the past but I was happy by the quality hence I switched to quackquack 8 months ago. They are just money making paid girls, 3rd class fail who send u spam to lure into memberships.I got cheated and request u to refrain from this app.Investment banker Randeep Sarkar*, who was also there out of curiosity, says that most of the people he met at the event shared a common disinterest in online dating.Though he did not find someone to go on a second date with, by the end of the session, Randeep, 40, says he made some new friends. Besides, speed dating can also be a reality check to see what kind of impression you can make in a few minutes,” he adds.Before you answer that question, we suggest taking into consideration what dating app regulars have to say.
Media student Indrani Bose* for instance, agrees that meeting face-to-face is organic and has a certain appeal.Price tags and precious minutes aside, our burning question, is why after three (considerably successful) events in the city and a fourth coming up on March 31, the organisers are yet to plan something for the homosexual community.“We are definitely open to organising sessions for same-sex singles as well. When we find enough participants showing interest, we’ll take it forward,” assures Vijay, one of the five members behind Bengaluru-based Lifeofline.com, that has organised 32 speed dating sessions in five cities, since last September.Of price tags and orientations As expected, the ‘eight minutes per date’ time frame was not the only aspect of the event that drew divided opinions.The price tag of Rs.4,000 per participant was also a topic of debate. But some people might be disappointed if they pay Rs.4,000 and don’t meet anyone interesting,” feels Abhigyan, while Sakshi says that even taking the venue (Blue FROG in Yerwada) and the complimentary welcome drink into consideration, she would pay no more than Rs.1,500.I think there are some normal users too as I also made a friend bu Hello friends I am Manish Goswami. When you open this site then you have to firstly sign up without sign up you can't proceed.