THE INQUIRER -- Dec 3 -- Blind dates can be scary, matchmakers are costly, and speed dating requires nerves of steel. On Dating sites people often misrepresent themselves in their personal profiles. Yet group dating, participants say, demands that you be yourself. "Your friends keep you honest," said Adam Sachs, CEO of Ignighter.com, a Web site that promotes group-to-group dating. On this site, a group of friends create one profile - and from there, groups are matched with other groups. Other Web sites that promote group dates include Teamdating.com and Iamfreetonight.com.
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Mark Brooks: Great concept, but do groups of friends really want to date together?