8 minute speed dating questions
We have taken the speed dating concept and have created Speed Date Philadelphia, the most SUCCESSFUL and FUN way to meet other singles in Philadelphia.
At our event every participant will go on up to 15 dates. After every 5 dates, there is a small 8-minute break so you can gather your thoughts on the people you just met, mingle some more, or get a drink.
The exterior of Park 51—you may know it from scandalized media reports as “The Ground Zero Mosque”—didn’t look promising.
Park 51 was supposed to be a 13-story community center featuring cultural programming, classes, and a fitness center. But after several romantic disappointments and increased parental pressures, I’m beginning to accept that life would be better if I could find a culturally compatible mate.
It’s natural to arrive a little nervous to a speed dating event, particularly if you have never been speed dating before and don’t know what to expect.
Trust me, after the first speeddate or two (and after the first drink or two!
This is what the average American would expect out of marriage. So after reading a mediocre review in , I gave Millanus a shot.
As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.
There will be drink specials for all the participants, and everyone is welcome to stay after the event to continue getting to know each other if there's a spark.
On a match card that we will give you at the beginning of our event, you will write down the names of the singles that you liked; and if one of them pick you too, then there's a "match" and we will forward you each other's contact information the very next day!
There's no doubt about it: speed dating is here to stay.
It has been popularized on episodes of "Sex and the City" and in the big hit movies "Hitch" and "The 40 Year Old Virgin." It was also memorably introduced in episodes of "Flavor of Love," "The Two Coreys," and "Gene Simmons Family Jewels." We're glad you made it to our site.