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"Star Wars" fans holding lightsabers and dressed as Jedi Knights collect their tickets at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in London.Comic-Con speed dating guru Ryan Glitch says "Star Wars"-obsessed singles may find sympathetic love interests at his events, held across the country."Star Wars" fans holding lightsabers and dressed as Jedi Knights collect their tickets at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in London.I was not unfamiliar with the company thanks to a 2012 TLC special and my own affinity for reality television.However, as a blogger who frequently takes to her blog to gripe about dating and being single, I immediately thought that an interview with Sci-Fi Speed Dating’s owner Ryan Glitch would be a great addition to the blog.Comic-Con speed dating guru Ryan Glitch says "Star Wars"-obsessed singles may find sympathetic love interests at his events, held across the country.(Simon Dawson / Bloomberg) For "Star Wars" fans who are looking for love in Alderaan places, Ryan Glitch has a solution: sci-fi speed-dating, which he hosts at Comic-Cons around the country.
Fortunately, I have a relatively good memory and can tell you that Ryan started Sci-Fi Speed Dating after a terrible con speed dating experience.
A geek speed dating event is pretty straightforward – participants have three minutes to find out as much as possible about each other, before guys switch seats, in order to make sure everyone has a chance to know each other.
Only, while at most speed dating events people ask questions related to their personal interests and professions, at Sci-Fi Speed Dating, people want to know about each others’ favorite anime characters, their preferred video game genre, and stuff like that.
“We are all about bringing pop culture fans and self-described nerds together by celebrating our common interests.
What better way to extend that concept than by pairing people off?