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I just finished "Cocoa Butter Love" in this collection and it is, so far, one of my favorites.The story of Charlie and Mason, two people who were roped into attending a speed dating event for different reasons - with no positive expectations whatsoever. I cried real tears reading this beautifully written story.
I was shocked when I saw how many other people had shown up. When the buzzer sounded, it meant your three minutes were up and it was time to move on.
I figure now is my chance though so, I've been looking for speed dating in the Bay Area.
I find it hard to pick up a date on a night out late at a club or bar, pub or spa, in fact its safe to say I am crap with girls.
I hadn’t had any kind of rom-com meet-cute with a hunky guy, no friends were begging to set me up, and my last experiences with online dating had gone like this: guy who cried on our first date because his dad left when he was a kid, guy who farted in the movies so loudly that the old lady in front of us shushed him, and guy who called me a whore during brunch and then asked me out again.
I’ve always believed that dating is a numbers game wherein you have to kiss a large number of frogs, so Speed Dating seemed like an efficient way to evaluate the toads.
However luckily for me something has been created by society to solve this problem.