Ok maybe I wasn’t praying, but I was bending over backwards looking for the shirt I chose to wear for the night. In an hour’s time I would be thrown into a room with 50 women to approach, and I forgot to bring my skull shirt… I did however, bring a backup outfit which made me look like almost corporate. All unattached people are invited to join this social mixer and speed dating event to have some fun and meet new people. Details: For all those times when dating has worn you out, this anti-Valentine’s Day party is just the thing to get you energised.With fun activities including an open mic, tarot card readings, a short play, and an ice-cream eating contest, The Bee is determined to lift your mood this Valentine’s day.After that, everyone mingles, meet people, and try to find the lock and key that match up.For every couple who finds their matching lock and key, they will receive a lucky draw ticket and new set of lock and key, for more socialising.If you’re already in a relationship, then this article is not for you.
Der Trend, der einst in den 90er Jahren des vergangenen Jahrhunderts aus den USA zu uns nach Europa schwappte, erlebt mittlerweile ein wahres Revival.Let me begin by saying that I’m still single, but am pretty much on my way (I hope) to getting hitched.And this article is pretty much my reflection on how a small step (or rather a few mouse clicks) can change your life.This property has agreed to be part of our Preferred Property Program, which groups together properties that stand out because of their excellent service and quality/price ratio with competitive prices.Participation in the program requires meeting a specific set of criteria and takes feedback from previous guests into account.I’m better friends with my Excel spreadsheets, Power Point presentations and proposals, than I am with any living, breathing female — although I did name my new computer “Alice”. College was by far the last chance I had at meeting someone, but I blew it, because a good degree would get me further in life than any partner would — so said society.