I ended up with only one mutual match, but it just so happens that the guy was really awesome!
He was interesting and seemed interested in what I had to say which doesn’t always happen with people that you might even think you have a connection with.
I chose the first hetero session, and it sold out quite quickly (there were only 15 male and 15 female slots).
Once I arrived, they had a name tag made for me, and gave me two sheets of paper.
She attends San Diego Comic Con and C2E2 every year.
Traci and Brooke are just like any other woman: they are looking for love.
And now that it is over, I can say that it was SUCH a fun experience, and I would definitely do it again.
Meeting new people is definitely not a strong suit for me, and neither is dating, so when I saw the Nerd Nite speed dating opportunity coordinated by the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), I immediately thought it was a great idea for some people, just not me. But as an adult, I realize that sometimes we have to go outside our comfort zone and try some new things.
Very little of it was the “normal” date stuff like talking about our jobs or our ages; conversation was very natural with each person as we generally had similar interests.
I was surprised to learn how many of the guys regularly go to cons, and also that they feel like C2E2 is their favorite convention (it’s mine too).
But the absurd cast of characters she encounters makes her wonder if being single is not so bad after all.
To test the theory that it's possible to form a love connection with someone without seeing his or her face, a U.