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It's a game and validates a cliche that a first impression is the last impression. And I've met very interesting people on Tinder who are now good friends," shares the 23-year-old who has been using dating apps for over a year and a half.And addressing the opinion that meeting face-to-face is safer, Alakananda Chatterjee another city-based student in her twenties, asks, "So what if the organisers of speed dating sessions are vetting participants?The big debate With its face-to-face advantage and nearly 20 new people signing up for each session, there's no questioning that the concept of speed dating is finding plenty of takers in the city.But does that imply that it has an edge over its online counterparts?And btw, when a woman asks what you do, it's a good sign, it means she is interested enough to want to know more.And if most girls asked you that, you probably did a lot of things right!The thing I liked the most ws the main concept - meeting 12 singles who do not ask for ur number but whom u genuinely get to knw widout any pressure or expectations. It's the first time I attended a speed date event in mumbai.
Media student Indrani Bose* for instance, agrees that meeting face-to-face is organic and has a certain appeal.Among the many participants of the event, organised by a Bengaluru-based group who are reintroducing the concept across Indian cities, was Sakshi Sharma*, the MD of a city-based educational institute.Though she left a tad disappointed (her dates were either too young or too boring), Sakshi, 32, would consider speed dating again, if the organisers could promise better company (sorry Sakshi, we're certain they can't).Of price tags and orientations As expected, the 'eight minutes per date' time frame was not the only aspect of the event that drew divided opinions.The price tag of Rs.4,000 per participant was also a topic of debate. But some people might be disappointed if they pay Rs.4,000 and don't meet anyone interesting," feels Abhigyan, while Sakshi says that even taking the venue (Blue FROG in Yerwada) and the complimentary welcome drink into consideration, she would pay no more than Rs.1,500.