Vision cocktail speed dating
Take a measure of sexy, 2 parts flirty, a shot of fun, shake it up and voila! If you like the finer things in life, love a good night out and something thats a bit different, edgy and cool then our new cocktail making nights for single people just like you, will be right up your street. You walk over the wooden footbridge that's fringed with foliage and the bar area unfurls in front of you.
Wicker tables transport you straight to an upmarket Hawaiian holiday resort and the long bar on your left leads your gaze through to the small flight of steps at the far end.
” a fellow female dater said as an organizer walked us across town. (Also not especially sexy, but I digress.) About fifteen tables were woven between massive plants and installation pieces.
As we entered, we were split by gender and given name tags, our seating arrangements, and of course, a blindfold.
A few weeks ago, I put on something nice and braved the New York City cold to attend an event that promised to turn attraction into a science. Either way, it involved relying on smell, hearing, taste, touch, and movement—every sense but sight—to suss out potential love interests. It was hosted by Guerilla Science, a group dedicated to “revolutionizing” how people experience science by making it accessible.
“It was interesting how open people were,” she said.
“We normally have these boundaries in terms of personal space that are just kind of cultural.
People were definitely willing to break these comfort boundaries.” The evening resulted in fifty out of a total of 150 matches.
Afterward, organizers sent daters their matches, and if they really were interested, Guerrilla Science would facilitate the exchange of information.
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“Do you think about all the senses you use to communicate, or what effect they have on people? Our shot at romance was cut short during the taste round, when my roommate’s date innocently fed her a slice of jalapeño pepper, to which she is sensitive.