The idea behind this form of dating, is quite simply “speed”.The dates are structured to allow you to meet as many people as possible, in person, within a specific session.
It let me into the secret lives of dogs who loved the park, who were suspicious of my intentions, who were interested in butterfly collections, and who preferred Pikachu as a starter. You have quite a few questions to ask on a short time limit, and can even build your own questions using a series of word choices, something I found a little paralyzing at first despite the fact that I was just trying to get to know a dog. It's a fun, funny game you can grab for free to have goofy conversations with some dogs, but it actually has some practical use for people who aren't all that comfortable just chatting up someone new.
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Finding someone to date shouldn’t be like trying to party up in an MMORPG: running around, repeatedly spamming chat channels for a group, and anxiously seeking a random encounter. This isn’t that kind of book.) No, seeking out Player Two is more like an old-school RPG: a gradual progression that, with the right walkthrough, becomes much, much easier.
Then again, I've never gone to a speed dating night for dogs, either. Basically what I'm saying is that George Batchelor's , a game of conversation with pugs during a speed dating night, was life-changing. You're given a handful of conversation options to ask, and each pug reacts differently to what you say. It's all pretty ridiculous and disarming considering you're talking to a dog, but they're actually decent questions to ask to get to know someone.
It cast me into a heady night of conversational adventure I never knew I wanted to have. The pugs all have various names even if the character model is the same, but the game constructs a personality for them that seemed to be different every time. For someone who finds regular conversation with strangers a little stressful, it's actually a really good game to practice how to talk to people, and the dogs make it just silly enough that it got past my nervous defenses.
You are given just enough time to form an impression of your potential date and to assess whether or not you would like to meet them again to spend more time to get to know each other better.
Most speed dating events tend to follow the same rules.
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