Speed dating saskatoon saskatchewan

They had to put the person’s name in the corresponding box or have the person sign the appropriate square.

The first person to fill five boxes across or down yelled BINGO! They only had 30 seconds in between each one to choose whether their date was a friend, a yes, or a no on their match card.

I am 26F and considering signing up for an upcoming speed dating event just for shits because Tinder has been disastrous for me, and there aren't many opportunities to meet people where I work as it's mostly middle aged women. The last one I went to had a lot of the waitresses from the bar hosting it filling in last minute. Nothing ended up coming from it though which was too bad.

I gave participants 10 minutes to mingle, introduce themselves, and find people who match the traits on the card.

:)” 5 stars – “Casual, no pressure, easy, comfortable.” 5 stars – “Very easy environment to start talking to people. Opener game was an awesome ice breaker.” 4 stars – “More single people should try this!

Much better way to meet people.” 4 stars – “It was a lovely evening.” 5 stars – “GREAT TIME! A group of us stayed drinking together until around midnight.” 5 stars – “Casual, low pressure, cool people.” “I had fun 🙂 I hope you get more ppl and it grows cause it’s a great idea and a nice environment to meet people 🙂 good luck!!

Has anyone attended a speed dating event in the city?

What was your experience - did you click with anyone, or was it even worth your time at all? They are fun but, I don't expect to meet someone. All of the people were pretty friendly and a group of us ended up sticking around for drinks and conversations after. I had a decent time, but there was nobody I clicked with. But I did one in Edmonton once and clicked with a few guys.

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