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Suggested outings can be hyperspecific ("How about we..to the Guggenheim and see all of Cattelan's works?The site designates a lounge or speakeasy where the group of six can meet for drinks, and the only fee is prepayment for the first round and tip (each person coughs up ), basically to make sure everyone shows up.How About We This site's premise is right in its name: Though members fill out profiles that include standard info (height and habits) and fun facts ("One thing my mother wants you to know about me..."), matching is based on a particular date suggestion.Grouper"We don't even like to use the d-word," says CEO Michael Waxman.
"[Grouper is aimed at] people who want to expand their social circles, but wouldn't sign up for an online dating site." Instead of lengthy questionnaires, matching is based mostly on members' Facebook profiles, which Waxman says "are extremely telling and accurate." As a twist, rather than facilitating one-on-one dates, Grouper tasks each member of a potential couple with bringing along two friends of the same gender."Be specific about things like hobbies," says Yagen, "but don't touch on topics that are controversial or complicated." In other words, vegetarianism good, ex-girlfriends bad. The more specific you are, the better, explains Yagen.