Now, the concept of speed dating where you sit with a person for about 5 minutes and then move on to the next person has mostly been a firangi concept for us Indians but seems like those looking for love are open to experimenting with it.
Speed Meet is apparently the first speed dating platform that encourages young Indians to meet people in real life and take it forward if they wish to.
It would all start with a date, and that spark which would be the beginning of finding a person we'd come to call home. As the millennial generation replete with so many virtual options yet so little time, it's pretty tough when you're trying to find the right one.
There are a host of dating apps that promise love but more often than not, they turn out to be a platform for creeps.
It is an invite-only event, where equal number of men and women are introduced to each other in a safe, quality venue, with a chance to interact for 6 minutes each.
If you're looking for love, maybe try filling a form for the next speed-meet?
The system is quite simple and yet, safe that way:"You get to mark a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ for every person introduced on a personal card.
At the end of the cycle, all cards are handed to the moderators, who share the other’s contact information only when both the sides give a definite yes.
With the use of modern technology, people can date via telephone or computer or meet in person.
This term may also refer to two or more people who have already decided they share romantic or sexual feelings toward each other.
Mostly, these apps are home to people who are looking for short-term flings and casual sex.
While there is nothing wrong with that, it does really make old-school people feel dejected.
The great part about meeting someone personally is that you do away with any judgement related to one's physical appearance. You get the chance to meet new people, in a safe environment, and see where it goes after having a conversation.