I am lucky enough to have traveled a good bit over the years, Australia, China, Japan, England, Paris and the United States where I currently reside and work.
I'm 41 years old, an aussie (complete with accent) living in Melbourne FL, well educated, open, honest, have a good sense of humor, laid back kind of guy who has been in 2 long term relationships back to back totaling 25 years and yes I am separated, but not divorced yet.
You certainly do not want to be thrown off guard and in a poor mood when meeting the next potential partner. After all, you never know what set of eyes from across the room may be on you. Since you will only have a few minutes for conversation with your date, it is important that you get to know each other as efficiently as possible.
If your date seems to be talking about him or herself for far too long, try to chime in with a relatable experience you have had or an interest you have in common.
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I'm an Information Technology professional, have worked in IT for 15 years now, currently I'm an Applications Test Engineer for a company here in Melbourne that produces biometric sensors.
With greater wisdom and dating experience, older adults tend to know exactly what they are looking for in a partner.
For this reason, they benefit from quick dates; they know what questions to ask, and after just a few minutes, they can usually tell if there is potential for a relationship, romantic or non-romantic.
1) You are going to meet plenty of new people, so be prepared for anything.
At the risk of being boring, many dates will throw some pretty crazy questions at you.
Of course, you don’t want to divulge too much personal information to a perfect stranger, but you can politely answer the questions and simply move onto the next topic.
After the “daters” have done a full rotation and met one another, each individual will write a list of who he or she would like to see again.
If two participants have written down each other’s names, the event organizer will forward the contact information to both parties.