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I've never tried internet dating before.thanks Seablue To be honest I think married men probably wouldn't go to the 'hassle' of this, when they can go on any other site that's free and less hassle. They interview their clients (and reject some of them) so I woudn't have thought married blokes going on it would be an issue.
Online, the old reliable Plenty of Fish remains ever-popular in the Irish dating world.
Plus I think the cost of joining should put off the 'weirdos'/married men? There is going to be a very shallow pool of people willing to pay 400 euro (or capable given the current economic situation we're in) to avail of this service I think.
Or should I try a free site first and see how it goes? Two friends of mine tried it for a while and another used to work for the company, and based on their experiences I wouldn't really recommend it.
Luckily for some, speed dating is still a thing — events specialists Get are one of the largest companies on the go offering such singles nights, and they’re capitalising on the pre-Valentine’s rush with a raft of nights planned between now and 14 February.
The speed-dating nights costing between €20 and €29 per person; events in Dublin take place in either Cafe en Seine or Howl at the Moon, while in Cork and Galway the venues are the Long Island Cocktail Club and the Skeff Bar, respectively.