Singles night Dublin wide, such an event is just the start. If you match with the right person you could have a long and romantic relationship. It could even lead to marriage, and many speed dates have. But that means keeping the momentum going when you meet up for your first ‘real’ date. How can you do this?
The most important thing to ensure on your first date is that you are the same person your match meet at the speed dating event. There is no point in trying to be someone different now as this just leads to a very short and awkward date. This is why it is so important to be yourself at the singles nights UK based. Secondly, plan a date, or agree to a plan, based on the conversation you and your date had at the speed dating event. If your date said they hated fairground rides, and you take them to the local fair, that is only going to suggest that you weren’t listening. Similarly, if you agree to a plan that you know you won’t enjoy it is sending out a signal that you either have little regard for yourself, or didn’t really mean what you said. Remember to take time during the date to talk as well, and build on the information that you learned during the speed dating event. Pick up on common interests and likes and consider future plans based on these. So, for example, towards the end of your first real date, you could suggest seeing a band you both enjoy, or going to an exhibition that relates to something you are both interested in.
Attending a singles night Dublin wide can offer you the chance to meet new, interesting people. You might even fall in love. So what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us at Ditch or Date Ltd on either 0191 486 2328 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, see our website at https://www.ditchordate.com to find out more.