Speed dating and melbourne
You start at a designated table and change seats every six minutes when the bell rings. If the feelings are mutual you get an email with contact details. I jokingly said that it was sexist to my first speed date. I was pleasantly surprised by this first chat, and indeed all those after. is a French/Australian video editor but mostly waiter, avid reader, and wanna-be writer who tends to go out too much for his own good.
Despite my initial apprehension, I had a great time! I even learned some things about neuroscience, added some new books to my reading list, got some cooking advice, learned a little bit of German, and improved my Japanese. As a French person, he does walk around with croissants and baguettes.
We are a friendly bunch of mischievous singles out to explore the weird, wild, bizare, avent garde, unconventional, and unexpected world of bohemian art, culture and society.
We are not a meet market, we are a singles community.
I am running a speed dating event tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at Day Of The Dead Restaurant/Bar in St. This event is for ladies 38-53 y.o and gentlemen 40-55 y.o All ladies tickets have sold out, however I do have a few tickets remaining for the gentlemen, which I am happy to offer for a 20% discount. This event will have no more than 24 participants (12/12) and for your ticket price you get samples of the venues tasty cuisine. Best of all, this discount offer applies to all tickets to all events that I currently have on sale, and there are ladies tickets still available for those :) Thank you for you attention and have an awesome day!
Tonight, there’s a mix of people trying out polyamory for the first time and others who are deep in the scene. The organisers have strung up some lanterns and laid some rugs. If you’re keen on someone by the end of the night, you tick a box next to their name and if they’re also keen on you, the organisers match you via email. I sit down to listen to Dave and Tim muddle through some chat about dreams.He was a tough one to convince: ‘Maybe you will meet The One!' (Still not convinced.) ‘Okay, I will bake you a chocolate cake.' (This one works every time.) We decided to ride there, and showed up to the Brunswick Green on Sydney Road all sweaty and completely out of place.Joining this group is not just about meeting a potential partner, it is about forming meaningful friendships, being part of a supportive community, building confidence as a single person, developing new interests – and, of course, most importantly, it's about having a great time.We do events such as: social mingling games, progressive dinners, masquerades, mystery tours, arts soirees, live music events, performing art salons, parlor games, cabarets, immersive theatre, burlesques, degustations, fancy dress parties..much more!