Geek speed dating comic
Over the last seven years Sci-Fi Speed Dating has produced an impressive number of marriages, engagements, babies, and relationships.Because I am truly terrible at interviewing people, my conversation with Ryan quickly turned into my own monologue about the stress of being a geek girl in the dating scene.It sounded promising for the 82 singletons mingling inside.A costumed Jedi Master standing at the front echoed into the mic, "Three, two, one, aaaand switch." John Kelleher, a 33-year-old from the Bronx, was there on a whim.Many Comic Con attendees dress like their favorite comic book, video game, anime, sci-fi, movies, and TV characters to celebrate their fandom — a ritual called cosplay.
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.
Kelleher, who works as an IT engineer at a power plant company, immediately recognized this and saw an opportunity for some flirtatious banter.
"My personal philosophy is those who can make something out of nothing are always rich,” Kelleher later told Business Insider.
I legitimately have an interest in geek culture and the people that make it up.
I wanted to meet people; not necessarily for dating, but definitely just to meet some cool people with similar interests, and challenge myself.
This past weekend I attended Dallas Comic Con Fan Days at the Irving Convention Center.