Speed Dating is rapidly gaining in popularity not just here in Brisbane, but all over Australia.
Whether its on TV, radio or even through a friend or family member, its seems everyone has heard about Speed Dating. With our Brisbane Speed Dating Events you get to meet 15 similarly aged singles in the space of a couple of hours.
She was surprised more men had stepped out to impress the women, with one male having to have a solo date for some sit-alone 'thinking time'. "When it first started, all the body language was leant-back and (awkward) and after about 20 minutes everyone started to relax.
"There was lots of smiles and laughing and we didn't see anyone who was too uncomfortable." The Riverfront cafe's barista, Summer Mc Inerney, 18, got roped into the event to even out the numbers.
People who attend our Brisbane Speed Dating Events are good, honest, sincere people who generally want to meet someone.
They value their spare time and can realise all the benefits Speed Dating has to offer over other forms of dating.
It’s free to register and those who sign up earlier get a free giftbag filled with gingery goodies.
The Coffee Club Riverfront at Caneland Central had an even amount of 44 males and females, which was two more than the number required to be counted in the Guinness world record attempt.
THE lights were low, a single candle lit the way and pink and black balloons danced in the air.
The scene was set for speed dating at The Coffee Club on Wood St and on the Riverfront at Caneland Central on Tuesday night.
They enjoy the pleasures and independence of being single.
In the 21st century a partner is no longer seen as a must have.