Meet up and fuck nj
Once I’d picked a few groups, all I had to do was click “join” on the group’s page.
Some groups require approval by the organizer; unless you’re a serial killer, you’ll get an approval by email in a day or two.
Members can start or find groups in their area that match their interests – from politics or the arts, to urban adventures, crafting and writing.
There are even groups for seniors, but it turns out that one of Meetup’s strengths is its easy intergenerational mix.
I figured everyone would at least have to be 60-plus.
Well, they were, and some were interesting, but the leader maintained such a rigid structure that I got bored and left.
Meetup #2: Book club success There was no such problem with my second foray to the “The Fort Lauderdale Girl-Time Book Club.” I’d been wanting to join a book club near my home in upstate New York for a long time and even had tried starting one with no success, but this group had been meeting for many years and had over 100 members, 32 of whom showed up to the January meeting to nominate book choices for the coming year.
They were mostly young women in their 20s to 40s with a few in their 50s.
Meetup #5: Another movie – and a good time Yesterday I watched Johnny Depp’s latest comedy, “Mortdecai” with the “Intellectual Conversation” Meetup.
I don’t feel brave, just desperate to escape the cold. I didn’t want to spend three months trying to start conversations with strangers at the beach or in bars (OK, if I could find a bar where the 65 guys hung out I might just try it).
Luckily, being an Internet junkie, I knew I had an ace in the hole:
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Meetup #1: Coffee & Conversation, a wash My first Meetup was underwhelming.