so far im happy with my experience, id recommend going with a group as its more fun and less scary I went to one of these events last Friday at Dion, St Paul's.I was made to feel very welcome by the host and it was well organised from start to finish.This was a great night whether or not you meet someone you want to see again.Well organised, the host was really friendly and made us feel at ease, and the cocktails definitely helped to avoid any awkward moments!When I arrived I met the person John who was running the speed dating night, he was very welcoming, helpfuly and makes you feel and ease.
Yesterday was my first experience of Slowdating.com, it was a positive experience and it's so much better to see people in person, than online dating....it's defiantly worth going, remember you only need one date from it :)x Okay so it was my first time going on one of these events and I went on my own after my friend couldn't make it.
Shame on AARP for being part of this: after all the articles on scams (including dating site fraud) in their own magazine, how dare they shun responsibility for this problem-riddled site, for unresponsive customer service, and for a lack of consideration for their own members. Dating-AARP.org/#login-menu--- "AARP Dating" thought when I read about this site in my current issue of AARP magazine that this would be a good site otherwise AARP would not lend their name to this service--WRONG. Next several guy's profiles & pictures showed up.
This was the last attempt at internet dating for me. I have only been part of this AARP sanctioned dating site for a month or so but it is without a doubt the worst and most customer-unfriendly and expensive online service anyone could imagine, as these many previous reviews suggest.
With societies constant need to organise, review, rate and generally control everything, there is a new area for it to invade: Love.
There are the serial daters, ones who have so many dates wedged into their busy social calendar that they don’t have time to think about how the dates actually made them feel before rolling onto the next one.…