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I hosted a party every month for over a year at a local pub that donated the space to us, and made a lot of friends, as well as met someone to date in the process For those truly passionate about a particular hobby (i.e.
writing, archeology, model trains, or motorcycles), look for a community group that services other people with similar interests.
There is no need to make your introduction rote or sound like you're working at Walmart though, just try and be yourself doing something that may not come naturally.
By opening yourself up and making eye contact with all of the other patrons, you are also making yourself available to anything that comes your way, which could be a recommendation for a new book to read, a compliment about something you're wearing, or maybe even a date. Someone doesn't say hi back, and another person walks through the door ten seconds later.
There are even specific volunteer organizations geared only towards singles that you can join, knowing that while you are donating your time to a worthy cause, you'll also be expanding your personal network to include other, like-minded singles also looking for a date There is a reason why the catch-all "public places" ranks last on the list of places to meet people.
It's not only vague, but also the most difficult of places to meet people since you'll never be 100% sure the people you are interacting with are single and looking.
Cheering on your favorite team or sweating it out to win a game, sports build camaraderie and companionship between people that sometimes have nothing else in common and would never meet otherwise.
Try planning a weekly movie night through your friends and see who shows up every week, making it clear that new people are welcome to join at any time.
Accept every party, wedding or social networking invitation you are given and attend.
Bus stops, laundromats, libraries, restaurants, bookstores, grocery stores and travel-related places (buses, trains, planes, etc.) all fall within the public place moniker, although there are surely many more to choose from depending on your specific lifestyle.
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