Tired of meeting the wrong guys on social media? And when friends set you on blind dates and after meeting him, do you think that your friends might actually be blind? Not to worry, all is not lost! We’ve listed down different ways you can meet guys through other form of activities.
1. Charitable Houses
Yes, that’s right old folks homes, orphanages, dog pounds and soup kitchens, you get the idea. Meeting guys here is like meeting guys at church, they might seem like rascals on the outside, but they have a heart of gold. Think about it, they’ve given up their leisure time to spend time with the needy – it’s pretty awesome in my books !
2. Community service
Not all guys who perform community service has a criminal record, some of them are just pretty decent and nice. You’ll have an opportunity to meet, interact and work with people in a structured environment that also creates a better environment for the whole community.
3. Board Games
If you’re someone who loves spending your time playing board games and have yet to find someone to share the same interest as you? Try searching for board games nights, or places that offer this activity. It’s a better way to meet a guy who has the same interest as you.
4. Apple Store
Yes, that’s right : the Apple store! Most guys are natural gadget lovers, and with sales of iPhones and MacBooks sky-rocketing, more men than ever are stopping by Apple outlets. You can check your email among the delectable men, or just survey the merchandises, and strike up a conversation with them about their favourite gadgets.
Heard of the saying ‘killing two birds with one stone’? Not only you get to work off those sinful pounds you had during the weekend, you also get to enjoy seeing and meeting well-toned men with abs to-die-for. Any guy would be glad to help you out with the machines!
6. Dance Classes
This is a fun one! Guys nowadays tend to pick up dance as a past time, so what better way to meet someone who will be dancing to the rhythm you’ll be dancing too. As an added bonus, people tend to attend the same classes each week, so this is a natural opportunity to get to know someone over time with no pressure.
7. Coffee Houses
The coffee culture has been expanding tremendously in KL recently, so it’s safe to say that a lot of people spend a good amount of time sipping a good cup. When you see someone on the next couch reading a book you’ve just finished, you can always start up a conversation about how he liked the book, or just ask about what drink he’s having, etc.