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Stared at me for a few seconds debating whether or not he would go and get another drink. Looked at the TV that was showing a basketball game. Now, don't get me wrong, as much as I love good style and fashion, when it comes to dating, I'm not that picky. After every date, men and women would check off "Yes" or "No" on their piece of paper next to the numbers. At the end of the night, the organizers would gather the results and send us an email to see if we had a match! But white running shoes when you know you're going to an event to potentially find love, is a huge no no. After saying good bye to Robert, we went to debrief with our friends and mentioned how entertaining the whole thing was but eh..pickings! Without even having to mention it, he noticed that many of the guys were wearing white running shoes and baggy jeans. Too bad he was gay but it was a refreshing way to end the night. She had also noticed how the men and the women didn't really....match. Putting yourself out there in an unfamiliar situation does push you to learn something from it! There is something to be said about meeting a bunch of single people in one go without having the barrier of the internet in between but if the choice of men is going to be that limited, I am not sure it is worth the money again! The waitress even came up to us to ask how it went.
), mentioned that if there's one thing she wished she had tried when she was single, it was speed dating. After making my coworkers try to remember every item in my closet, we came to an agreement. As one of my colleagues said, if the guys can't handle my sparkly boots, they can't handle me.
He enumerated the following using his fingers: he plays video games, watches anime, sings, plays music and dances.