Black speed dating in the bay area
At the end of the final round, I was ready to leave.The idea of lingering in a bar ever, much less on a work night, had zero appeal to me.He was an accountant for a law firm in San Francisco. Once my group was called, Brian, the host, told us that we would have three minutes per guy.We were given a number and a scorecard, on which we were to circle "yes" or "no" under the number of the guy on the opposite side of the table from us. One older guy I talked to who had been out of the dating scene for a while appealed to me.Chronicle photo by Kat Wade less Hey, what's your number? I chitchatted in line with a guy who said he was a retired therapist. 2 and would have to wait an hour to get in on the fun. I used the time to mingle with other single fellows and find out what made them try speed dating.
If I had a dollar at the end of the night for every guy who said, "Sex is easy to get in San Francisco.One guy noted how San Francisco attracts men with weird fetishes. One especially earnest man -- we were moving so fast I can't remember his name -- had fought in the first Gulf War and shared his story of how difficult it is to meet a eligible bachelor in San Francisco.