Rabbi yaacov deyo speed dating
Speed-dating has its supporters and its detractors, for obvious reasons, but it has become a mainstay of contemporary urban dating rituals.
The reason – it provides a face-to-face opportunity for busy singles to meet others looking for romance in a controlled, time-limited manner, allowing daters to meet many more prospects than they would through old-fashioned or virtual means.
In the last few decades, this fun, dynamic way to meet a potential partner became so successful it started spreading all over the world.
Barcelona is one of the many cities that adopted this style of dating.
Sportsradio 94WIP is […] Matchmaking services have been around since ancient times.
Whether it was orchestrated through family, friends, a yentl or, in modern times, by a business, the idea of arranged dates has evolved along with technology, customs and lifestyles.
The concept of “Speed Dating” was actually trademarked by Rabbi Yaacov Deyo of Aish Ha Torah.
In 1998, at Peet’s Cafe in Beverly Hills, the first recorded speed-dating event was held.
Today Speed Dating is a registered trademark of Aish Ha Torah.
Stepping out into the smoking area I spotted--gasp!
--another woman rockin'' my style (Capri pants with high-heels, short red hair and a cigarette).
That''s the idea behind speed dating, a new trend in matchmaking that''s like thrift shopping for love.
Four years later, speed dating is sweeping the nation as thousands of singles, of all religions and backgrounds, come together to strike up conversation with several dozen people over a couple hours in semi-supervised format.