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Go to Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. I did a search on here and quite varies opinions on how to use Meetup. I wouldn't mind sharing my experiences with the of years I've been with the group, as it's become more of a revolving door of people that don't stick around to become regulars like it did when it first started.

Thousands of members, but a handful of people actually make it out to events. I live in an area outside of a larger city that has these groups, so I have to commute to meet other meetup singles, much less do any kind of Meetup events. I've read here that some people say Meetup isn't a "dating site" persee', or shouldn't be used for such things, but Where I live, there are both hobby-specific groups, vs.

The singles groups don't have much staying power, and ever since Meetup inacted a "no-singles" Meetup policy, a lot of them got the axe. Some avoided the axe somehow.

But, those singles groups, don't do well, don't have much staying power. So it's kind of moot isn't it? I see the same faces across ALL meetup groups across the board really. This can include the board game groups and outdoors groups, which Mostly singles I do have to say the hobby-specific groups you'll get some couples though. I do admit, it's a better alternative to online dating because women in meetups actually have to reply to you when you introduce yourself, as opposed to the Internet abyss of s sent Kind of insulting to express, but Some people I have heard said that they wouldn't use Meetup to meet others, because there's just something desperate to have to use such a platform to meet meetup singles They have claimed they have no problem approaching or meeting people the old-fashioned way My question is, is what I've covered so far pretty much have you nodding at pretty much every bullet point?

Have YOU experienced any diff? I have been on meet meetup singles for maybe 10 years and gone to some events. I am a social person, so that's generally why. And with the knowledge that online dating isn't great for me, as I am a person that shines in person. So it is potentially a way to expand my circle.

What I found in reality - so many people really sucked at the meeting people part. Lots of socially awkward people and I struggled actually meeting people. Don't get me wrong, I have made some actual friends from meetup.

I have done some fun activities. But it feels like a lot of work for limited payoff.

Even the people I met via meetups all stopped going to them. For example, there are so many happy hour groups. I have gone to a few meets and people looked weirded out that me, a unknown person, would hop in their conversation. I was like umm aren't we supposed to meet new people. They seemed uncomfortable with the whole idea.

The males generally out the females. The females who attend are generally subpar and the few par to slightly above average women that attend are swarmed by socially awkward men that they really don't want to interact with, so they quickly drop Meetup. This is what happens in the generic social interest groups. Originally Posted by jade Last edited by ThisTown; at AM. I think another drawback to dating in Meetup, is that if you say That said, it may behoove you to kind of space apart your date offers, lol. Originally Posted by ThisTown Sometimes I wonder if I'm better off just trying to pen-pal with the inactive members in the same fashion as an onlinle dating site.

Some of them admitted not having any interest in going to the events, they were just looking around the site. Originally Posted by RJ You are better off doing in-person approaches at bars, grocery meetup singles, malls, etc. TD;DR answer: Meetup is not a dating site. Regular answer: I wouldn't recommend using Meetup to look for dates.

It's a website for finding events with like-minded people, where social connections may form. Unless the group is specifically for singles, such behavior is highly frowned upon. And even then, some singles' groups are more for moral and social support of singles, than for providing a quasi-matchmaking service. My own Meetup groups even have a jocularly worded rule: "don't creep on the women". And most men follow it very well. That's not meetup singles say relationships never formed between people in the same Meetup group. But Meetup still isn't a dating service.

As others have said, don't do it! You will just find weird, desperate, rejects. Please meetup singles to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Additional giveaways are planned. Detailed information about all U. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait. Search this Thread Advanced Search. Similar Thre Do Meetup.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThisTown Some people I have heard said that they wouldn't use Meetup to meet others, because there's just something desperate to have to use such a platform to meet people Originally Posted by ThisTown Sometimes I wonder if I'm better off just trying to pen-pal with the inactive members in the same fashion as an onlinle dating site.

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