He mentioned that just like the image, he has a big banana (this got a lot of laughs). I’ve never been to a singles event in San Francisco where the men actually showed up before the women. I only knew one person when I first moved to San Francisco.I also enjoyed the remark from a woman with a picture of a gem who noted that she was a “diamond in the rough.” Once the icebreaker had ended, everyone seemed more confident and excited to meet one another. As soon as the Shabbat dinner started, almost all of the men were present. Of course, it’s not necessary to have a drink during a singles event, but I must admit that after a glass of wine or two, men and women seem more comfortable with getting up and talking to one another. Making friends was a must, but working full time didn’t really allow me to meet people outside of the office.I find his lack of patience to be utterly unattractive, which I've mentioned before.
I met a ton of awesome girls and some really sweet guys that evening, all who would make awesome friends. It’s never any fun going to a singles event, meeting someone you truly connect with and then leaving without getting his/her phone number because you were too shy to ask.
Don’t connect on Facebook, Twitter or Linked In if you are actually looking to spend more time with a person.
Trust me, getting someone’s phone number goes a long way.
It shows that you are confident enough to give him/her a call in the near future. A Great “Singles” Experience Overall, the best part about hosting a Jewish singles event in San Francisco is that it helps raise awareness for the Bay Area Jewish community.
Sure, there aren’t as many Jewish men and women in SF as there are in New York or LA.
There are, however, more than a few great catches just waiting to be swept off their feet.
Since my last post on this went so well, more on emails and cellphones.
I remember a time when the majority of adult men and women had patience (I do have girlfriends who go crazy when a guy doesn't reply within minutes). A guy who I've been talking with online asked me for my number and I gave it to him. About 15 minutes after that, he emailed me again to say he texted me and asked another question.
I hate to say it, but finding Jewish singles to date in San Francisco isn’t an easy task.