No one was cripplingly shy or scary or inappropriate.
I just have a few pieces of constructive criticism: If you want to date a geek girl, you should probably get used to hearing about this guy.
In order to avoid stalking issues, no one gives their real names at Sci-Fi Speed Dating events.
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.
If we felt uncomfortable or unsafe during a date, we were to stretch our arms and arch our back.
Once the date was done, he would follow up, get the story, and probably toss the guy out.
He travels the country attending Comic Con events looking for single male and female attendants willing to give his speed dating session a try.
His idea was so popular that Sci-Fi Speed Dating actually got its on series on TLC, called “Geek Love”.I don’t know if he realized the irony of pushing one’s chest closer to the face of a known creeper, but I assume not.He also told us that we “better have a sense of humor,” cause he was going to be lightening the mood with some “edgy jokes.” Get me out of here.The host proceeded to tell a few “jokes” that made me wish I could pull the ol’ boobs-in-face-back-stretch secret code on Finally, the moment of truth. No love at first sight, but also no immediate evidence of serial killing tendencies. We were given the lowdown on the process – 3 minutes, no names, guys rotate, and keep track of the numbers of the dates we liked on our cards. Let me just say: the guys were, on the whole, quite lovely to talk to.Comic Con draws a pleasantly diverse group in age, race, and background.What would possibly make a more perfect Head Over Feels post? I predicted that the tattooed hottie in the sexy Ewok outfit would get the most numbers. They’re smart, funny, and probably own a lot of costumes. We chatted while we waited – most girls had never speed dated before, but most were Comic Con veterans.