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by Demi Lammers On the 28th of April it was time for one of our most rewarding events; it was time for the second edition of the Brazilian Speed Dating at the Pura Vida Hostel in Copacabana.
According to The New York Times, speed dating was invented in the late nineties by a Rabbi named Yaacov Deyo as a way for young Jews to meet other young Jews.
Soon, the concept became a hit and people starting organising events to get to meet new people and to hopefully start dating or get married to someone they met through the event.
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The event was the chance to easily meet a lot of people and was the perfect opportunity for those who are normally shyer to approach someone.
People from all over the world attended the event, so there was enough to talk about since there were so many different cultures around!
We understand that it is a bold step for an Indian audience, but so far we have had an amazing response, and more and more people are open to the concept of speed dating.” Indian men would find this concept appealing, but what about Indian women?
Registration is open for a Jewish speed-dating experience sponsored by Our Jewish Generation, Project Jewish Love and Schmooze, to be held Wednesday, March 15, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. Check-in begins at p.m., speed-dating starts at 7 p.m.