You have no doubt heard about Speed Dating either through the media or even a friend or family member, but just what advantages does Speed Dating have over other forms of dating? In this fast paced lifestyle we quite simply just don't have time.We want and expect the quickest, the most efficient way to acheive our goals - Dating is no different.Just think, in one evening of speed dating, you may meet as many as 15 potential partners - this might take you months through the usual route of going to pubs, clubs and parties.No more evenings spent wondering if someone you've seen is single or not - speed dating is a very time-efficient and focused way of meeting other single people who most likely live nearby.You get to "speed date" 15 similarly aged singles over the course of a couple hours in a relaxed, friendly environment. Once you have been Speed Dating you will definitely understand why this exciting form of dating is so popular. Just think for a second how long it would actually take you to meet 15 similarly aged singles or how much time and money you may have wasted clicking on internet profiles or the pub/nightclub scene trying to find Mr.
Speed Dating is growing at a rapid rate, not just here in our hometown of Adelaide but all around the world.Speed Dating is still popular with all age groups because it is a fun night out and you get to see and talk to people rather than the disguised online image many people now portray.There is always a speed dating host to meet you and introduce you to other guests when you arrive.Click Singles runs a charity speed date evey year the last one was for Demelza House Childrens Charity has 260 people in attendance and unoffically broke the world record for the most speed daters at one event.On average we have 10 to 20 of each sex to each of singles speed dating events although this does vary depending on the time of year. Remember casual but to impress as this is a dating event. The hosts who meet you will explain how Speed Dating works at the start of the event.Two innovative Ipswich women, Karen Wilson and Margaret Valk, are organising a night to meet friends and possibly a life partner.