Dating services for twin cities singles
No, really, says Brian Howie, host of “The Great Love Debate.” Starting Wednesday, Howie is brashly — some would say madly — staging 14 events in Minneapolis where each night, ideally, 100 single men on one side of the aisle will get real and honest with 100 single women on the other side.
The goal: hammering out, face to face, this thing called romance and how to get it, featuring a panel of local relationship experts and media personalities to guide the audience through Q’s and A’s about what they’re looking for in a partner and dissolving misconceptions about the opposite sex.
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“People will look at you like you’re an exotic fruit.” Though Howie has high praise for Minnesotans’ collective character traits, he doesn’t discount the influence of superficial factors, and isn’t above getting a little smarmy to show it.
Brian Howie leads “The Great Love Debate.” He says: “My favorite thing about the show is that it points out how what men and women are seeking is really close to the same thing — they just go about pursuing it in different ways.” “You Minnesota people are attractive,” he said.
“You’re a good-looking bunch.” How does he know, when we’re bundled up like eiderdown mummies?
So what about the common lament of young professionals who move here and say that Twin Citians already have their friend-circles firmly established, making it hard for newcomers to make new pals? “If you’re from someplace else, take advantage of that,” he said. Our members are not desperate and we have no doubt that they will find a suitable partner on their own. We accelerate the process, so you can start enjoying your life as a couple sooner.We are professionals at painting pictures with words and will ask just the right questions to get to know you and fully explore your preferences.In Minneapolis, you’re more likely to see the same people again.” Most of the show’s audiences fall between the ages of 35 and 55, with men skewing slightly older than women, but attendees range from early 20s to late 70s.Shows targeting particular demographics include a couple of college nights, a Christian singles night and an LGBT night.