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Dating House

Traditional dating doesn't give an accurate picture
 
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Problem: It's too easy to act like a wonderful person when dinner is brought to you (stress free) by a waiter. How hard is it to fool your date into thinking your a fabulous person when the evening is handed to you on a silver platter? I say dates should happen in a real house with phones ringing and dinner needing to be cooked ect.

Solution: Imagine a dating service that arranges for a couple to date inside a home. The service would buy and furnish homes (dating pods) and the clients would pay to date in them exposing them to a more realistic true-life picture of their chemistry.

jon3, May 28 2003

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       You never really know someone until you've made them angry.
egbert, May 28 2003
  

       Borrow five kids and go to a fast food joint.
lurch, May 28 2003
  

       Wouldn't it be easier to invite your date to your home for dinner? Why would anyone pay for this service?
waugsqueke, May 28 2003
  

       Exactly, though "Would you like to come back to my dating pod" does have a nice ring to it.
sild, May 28 2003
  

       If you want a true invironment some house u pay to go to woul dbe almost the same as going to a restaurant. It would still be stress free to the most part. Its not your place. Its not got be a clutter unless they made it that way and still its not YOUR clutter. The way to know someone better is in their OWN environment. I'd say you'd have to have 2 dates just to know whether to continue. One at the guy's house then one at the girl's or vice versa. Not a bad idea just not thought through thoroughly.
sunsetatdawn, Jun 01 2003
  

       //Why would anyone pay for this...?//

A question I often ask myself as I wander through shopping precincts. I'm frequently bemused by the things that will tempt people into handing over their cash.
DrBob, Jun 02 2003
  
      
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