Instead, everyone is assigned a number, and at the end of dozens of rounds, they put the numbers they liked down on paper and hope their number shows up on the other person’s list. of Love”, says some of the people who met at one of these things have gotten engaged, but as with other events of this sort, it doesn’t always work out.
He makes sure to give everyone a comforting speech at the end, about how it’s ok if they didn’t get the phone numbers they wanted.
I pointed to her, and I was like, “Dude, I’m going to marry her.” So you going to marry her?
But I can’t reveal any details, lest she read them. Just picture Superman and Wonder Woman getting together and having 14 little people children all opening a bakery.
Didn’t you meet your current girlfriend at Sci-Fi Speed Dating?
I’m actually DJ-ing their wedding, which is very cool. I’m probably up to 25 or 30 couples who are dating seriously from it. We’ve probably had thousands of participants, but if even one couple makes it and is happy, then I’ve done my job.
of Love” Glitch said 8 couples who met at Sci-Fi Speed Dating were currently engaged, and 37 other were dating seriously.
“And those are just the people that check in with us on Facebook.
“The thing these people all have in common is that they’re really passionate about the thing they’re into.
It’s hard out there for a geek, especially when it comes to finding a date, but thanks to events like Sci-Fi Speed Dating, comic-book and video game enthusiasts actually have a chance of finding a special someone who shares their interests.
Sci-Fi Speed Dating is an event that takes place at Comic Cons around the USA, giving geeks the chance to meet like-minded members of the opposite sex, and hopefully lay the foundation for a real relationship.
However, as a blogger who frequently takes to her blog to gripe about dating and being single, I immediately thought that an interview with Sci-Fi Speed Dating’s owner Ryan Glitch would be a great addition to the blog.
Even though he was feeling under the weather, Ryan agreed to an interview, the notes from which are in a notebook that I’ve inconveniently misplaced.
These geeks are really serious about their passions, so if you want to stand a chance at one of these things, you’d better have some geeky knowledge.