I joined a speed dating location, and it was down the street from where I live. The place is pretty cool, and what they do is speed dating every weekend. Every Friday and Saturday night, the place would open its doors after 8 p.m., and anyone could come in to speed date. There is a two minute window to talk to the person across from you, and you can get to know them the best you can before time is up. I chose to do the speed dating thing, and I was very disappointed. Although two minutes is not enough time to get to know someone, it was a fun experience.
I decided I wanted to get to know someone more intimately than talking for two minutes. I chose to join the Skout network, so I could find someone in my city to date. I was really sick and tired of going to the movies alone, and it’s never as fun to watch a romance movie by myself. After signing up for the Skout network, I created a really cool profile, I added my interests, and I added some pictures. I think the pictures are what made the difference because I started getting a lot of male attention.
I had men writing me left and right, and many of them were asking for a date, but I wanted someone who was sincere. I started getting more specific on my profile, and I added information about the things that I like to do. I let it be known that I wanted someone who was religious, someone who worked a good job, and someone who wanted to get married one day. With all the interest that I put in about myself, and I put in information about the man I wanted, I knew I would finally find someone for me.
It was about a month into using the Skout network that I finally found a guy that I was very interested in. He lived 20 miles away, which was far enough to where I wouldn’t see him every day. I wanted to get to know him, but I wanted to make sure he was right for me before I saw him regularly. I used the Skout network to send him greetings, we chat all the time, and we eventually met in person. Thanks to the Skout network, I have this dating thing down, and I think I found myself a guy to call my boyfriend.