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They will be hosting two events, one on each day of the party. You can read a news feature and watch videos about Sci-Fi Speed Dating here.
It sounded promising for the 82 singletons mingling inside.
A costumed Jedi Master standing at the front echoed into the mic, "Three, two, one, aaaand switch." John Kelleher, a 33-year-old from the Bronx, was there on a whim.
He volunteered to go with a friend as "karma payback." His outfit — rectangular glasses, a black button-down shirt, and a pinstripe vest — wasn't a costume, although it was unsafe to assume that in a room filled with Captain America, Snow White, Dr.
Sci-Fi Speed Dating is an event that takes place at Comic Cons around the USA, giving geeks the chance to meet like-minded members of the opposite sex, and hopefully lay the foundation for a real relationship.Ryan Glitch, the man who came up with the idea for Sci-Fi Speed dating, actually met his girlfriend at one of these events and is now on a mission to help fellow geeks find their Princess Leia, Catwoman, or whatever other fictional character they might fancy.He travels the country attending Comic Con events looking for single male and female attendants willing to give his speed dating session a try.Instead, everyone is assigned a number, and at the end of dozens of rounds, they put the numbers they liked down on paper and hope their number shows up on the other person’s list. of Love”, says some of the people who met at one of these things have gotten engaged, but as with other events of this sort, it doesn’t always work out.He makes sure to give everyone a comforting speech at the end, about how it’s ok if they didn’t get the phone numbers they wanted.A geek speed dating event is pretty straightforward – participants have three minutes to find out as much as possible about each other, before guys switch seats, in order to make sure everyone has a chance to know each other.