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Traditional dating doesn't give an accurate picture
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
your date into thinking your a fabulous person when the
evening is handed to you on a silver platter? I say dates
happen in a real house with phones
ringing and dinner
needing to be cooked ect.
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
||You never really know someone until you've made them angry.
||Borrow five kids and go to a fast food joint.
||Wouldn't it be easier to invite your date to your home for dinner? Why would anyone pay for this service?
||Exactly, though "Would you like to come back to my dating pod" does have a nice ring to it.
||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.
||//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.