Speed dating sucks
I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I did taking them. Every year…I’m usually hating life on valentine’s day.Some of the pictures aren’t attractive and it’s facial expressions like those that probably make me single but hey…it’s who I am and I have a damn good time being me. All in all, I don’t think I’ll ever go speed dating again because being rejected to your face multiple times in such a short period of time is pretty disheartening BUT I’m still so glad I went. As we all know, it’s valentine’s day and I’m surprisingly okay with it. I get into a major funk and become a ball of emotion with a “bitter betty” stamp on my forehead. I’ve hung out with my girl friends or gone out with one of my gay guy friends but never a real date.
If you are looking to increase the odds of hooking up with a guy that you can tell will do all this for you; then, you should know you are at the right place!Anyways, being single sucks sometimes but I’m not hating life today and that feels SO good to say. I’m not expecting to meet the man of my dreams but I’m looking forward to doing something out of my comfort zone. Being single sucks, especially if it's for a long time.When you are attending an event like speed dating you are bound to meet different people with different attitude.It is very important that you meet them with an open mind.I should’ve asked but once I got there, everything happened so fast!
So, to change up how I usually write…I decided to take pictures that’ll walk you through my thought process.
Speed dating was very interesting to say the least. I don’t think I met anybody that I’m interesting in dating but I met a couple of interesting people. This event was put on through and I’m a little confused as to how it’s supposed to work after it’s all done.
I’m so happy I went because it’s something I’ve always wanted to do so now I can cross it off of my bucket list! Apparently we’re supposed to get a list of all the members that attended and we message them on there.
Candidates have to register prior to the event with a copy of their brief introduction.
When you go to speed dating, you bring you're A-game (and so does everyone else). How else do you think you could survive packing a date meant to last for hours into minutes minus the anticipation?
I’m so incredibly proud of myself for doing something out of my comfort zone and I did it ALL BY MYSELF! I also always tell myself…maybe next year I’ll actually be with somebody and when that next year rolls around I’m disappointed in myself for spending another valentine’s day as a single woman. The past year (or so) has come with a lot of transformation.