Just when you thought you finally had it figured out…
The DappChap dating series has covered some pretty intriguing dating concepts in the past, but this one probably takes the cake.
Now, if you’re the type of dude who still gets a case of the jits moments before meeting up with that chick you’ve been macking on OKCupid or Tinder, this new dating concept likely won’t be for you.
After all, in most case, getting hit with any degree of anxiety can result in shrivel-stick.
“Well, who cares, she can’t see that anyways, I’ve got pants on!”
Not if you’re doing naked speed dating.
Yep, that’s right.
As if meeting someone new and having a flash date with them wasn’t enough of a pressure cooker, now some members of the dating market believe they should get to meet you with your member hanging out.
But Could Naked Speed Dating Really Be That Daunting?
Not according to Thomas, a 28-year-old doctor in training: “Women are also more flirty with their clothes off, there’s no awkwardness. I’d definitely do this again.”
Now, isn’t that a little peculiar?
After hearing something like that, you probably think that naked speed dating could be for you, right?
Well, before jumping in, check out what the journalist who recently covered the concept had to say:
“Once we were dressed and back downstairs in the general bar, some people suddenly got shy. Almost as if we hadn’t seen each other’s private parts just a few minutes earlier.”
So it only got weird after the clothes came back on?
As it stands right now, naked speed dating is bigger in Europe (especially in London), but they’re starting to pop up in North America too.
The Perils of Speed Dating
(or just modern dating in general)
As you’ve probably learned by now, if you want to become the president of a very (very) powerful nation, you might want to make sure you never dropped the D on an adult film actress…
…because social media and the media media have a way of cracking that juicy piece of the past wide open.
Turns out you don’t need to be a world leader to end up on the receiving end of some drama-seeking siren’s public scathing.
Case-in-point, this story from a very frustrated Toronto woman.
Now, while she did have a right to be up-in-arms over the situation, she just comes off an a whiny, entitled little princess who will probably remain single until the day a neighbor reports a stench coming from her apartment and the police find an old woman sleeping on the toilet, surrounded by her 19 cats.
What’s perilous about this situation is that the Toronto Star, which is a major media outlet, actually greenlit this story, which appears to be dotted with clues that are designed to point a finger at “Timothy”’s real identity.
On the bright side, should you ever find yourself in this situation, you could stand to walk away with one sweet payday if legal changes continue to progress the right way.
Special Section For The Barbers Out There
What happens when you’ve been dealing with hundreds of barbers over the past year and a half and listen closely to everything they have to say?
You get the following insights:
- You (for the most part) hate marketing
- You know you need a website, but you treat it like a visit to the dentist
- You (more or less secretly) wish to join the 5% of barbers who make more than 6 & 7 figures
- You understand upselling & cross-selling, but it makes you feel like a whore
Well, we’ve put together the Barbers Marketing Association.
Simply put, it’s not an association you turn to for industry rights or lobbying, but an association devoted to providing you with all the tools you need to take your visits from $25/head to $60+/head.
Not only will it help boost your average visit’s value, we’ll show you how to automate your shop, and, if you happen to the the principal, we’ll show you how to phase yourself out of operations and work on opening shops #2, #3 and #4.
Barber, but no shop of your own (yet)?
The tools provided by the Association will put you on the path to opening your own shop within the next few months (regardless of what you might have in the bank).
So put down that issue of Modern Barber (reading interviews with other barbers won’t help you – taking action will), and join the Barbers Marketing Association.
“If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking.”
– General S. Patton