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Rings of chairs that look like props from Game of Thrones make a circle in the center of the room with small tables arranged along the periphery. Along the south wall, two rows of arm chairs have been positioned with tiny round glass tables ensconced between them. The perfect setting to meet lots of men in a matter of minutes. This is what dating had become in the 21 st century—speed and strategy—the purest expression of the Pepsi generation, where to borrow from Carrie Fisher instant gratification takes too long.

Speed dating works like this: Everyone gets a name tag with an assigned number, just like all the dystopian societies you read about in books. Perhaps this should be rechristened the Love-Hungry Games. Every six minutes, the event coordinator rings a dinner bell no joke—a dinner bell and the men rotate politely to the next table. This is how I feel about dating in my lates, earlys. Let me put it this way: Unlike musical chairs, at the end of speed dating, everyone fills out a form with their desired numbers—kind of like ordering Girl Scout cookies.

Two is the current count. She was a bridesmaid in one of them and wore the classic ugly dress. Also, no prison confessions. Lock and Key parties work like this: Men each get a key and women each get a lock—can you guess where this is going? If the lock opens, both people get a prize.

As far as the average demographic for speed dating goes, according to Ellen—most of the people here have tried online dating first. Also, teachers, nurses and people who work strange or long hours. People sign up for different reasons, but hope for the same result.

Guy Number Four is a software guy. For whatever reason, I ask if he believes in love at first sight. Guy Number 3 is a friend of mine who I dragged with me. Pavlovian responses dictate our conversation; we mostly talk about food. He says Ellen just told him that the owner of one of the dating-industry companies she works for just married his girlfriend because she was about to be deported.

He may have used this joke at every table. Guy Number Nine says he googled tips on speed dating prior to coming: The next day, Ellen sends email addresses to people who are chosen.

She says that sometimes you have to keep coming back to connect with someone, that it depends on the crowd. And with million other adults in the U. Ready, Set Along the south wall, two rows of arm chairs have been positioned with tiny round glass tables ensconced between them. I am Girl Number Eight. Yes, the music still plays. Yes, there are plenty of chairs and chair-seekers left in the game.

The Players As far as the average demographic for speed dating goes, according to Ellen—most of the people here have tried online dating first.

Guy Number Seven is older than my father. He has a demonic eye contact. Tags from the story. More from Savannah Magazine Andrea Goto paces off a cancer survivor and community leader.

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Perhaps this should be rechristened the Love-Hungry Games. Every six minutes, the event coordinator rings a dinner bell no joke—a dinner bell and the men rotate politely to the next table. This is how I feel about dating in my lates, earlys. Let me put it this way: Unlike musical chairs, at the end of speed dating, everyone fills out a form with their desired numbers—kind of like ordering Girl Scout cookies. Two is the current count. She was a bridesmaid in one of them and wore the classic ugly dress.

Also, no prison confessions. Lock and Key parties work like this: Men each get a key and women each get a lock—can you guess where this is going? If the lock opens, both people get a prize. As far as the average demographic for speed dating goes, according to Ellen—most of the people here have tried online dating first. Also, teachers, nurses and people who work strange or long hours. People sign up for different reasons, but hope for the same result. Guy Number Four is a software guy.

For whatever reason, I ask if he believes in love at first sight. Guy Number 3 is a friend of mine who I dragged with me. Pavlovian responses dictate our conversation; we mostly talk about food. He says Ellen just told him that the owner of one of the dating-industry companies she works for just married his girlfriend because she was about to be deported.

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