Palm Desert, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2011
In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, the Super Bowl is in town. A long-anticipated day, filled with camaraderie, passion, competition, celebration, and occasionally disappointment. This might not sound like the ideal setting for a romantic meet-up, but if you have successfully drafted a date for the big event, some pre-game advice is at hand to help get in the end zone, avoid embarrassing fumbles, and score the ultimate touchdown.
It’s Just Lunch (IJL), the premier international dating service for busy professionals, announces the results of their Super Bowl Sunday Survey providing insight in to men’s and women’s psyche, and expert tips for how to have a successful Super Bowl date… just in time.
- 58% of singles say that they would bring a first date to a Super Bowl party, so you stand in good company. If you haven’t booked that date yet, get to it.
- Among singles, loyalty is key. 74% of men and 82% of women stated that they will root against their date’s team at the Super Bowl party. This means you need to be ready for some competition in the room, not just on the screen. Our advice? Let your date know in advance that your emotions can run high, but that you know it’s just a game.
- Room etiquette – gabbing on the sidelines is fine, but when you are in front of the screen, all singles (men and women) are serious about the big game.
o If their date was talking during the game, 52% of singles would quickly talk to their date, but would want to turn all conversation back to football.
o And if the talk continues? 8% of all singles would never ask their date out again, while 31% of men would ask them out again, but never to a sporting event.
o 17% of women would ask their date to “be quiet” so they could focus on the game, and interestingly, only 9% of men would quiet their dates. So if you do get “shushed,” with these statistics, chances are you are talking too much and should get back to (playing) the game.
- Food is King – On Super Bowl Sunday, it looks like calories don’t count. 65% of men and 72% of women won’t stick to their diets during the big game; instead they will be filling up on game food. Of course, we recommend keeping this in control, as most singles aren’t looking for a wide receiver.
- If your date holds tickets to the actual game? Men, don’t get your hopes up—only 37% of women would invite a date to the big game. Rather, 50% of women would prefer to have their best friend join them. Surprisingly, on the other hand, only 46% of men would prefer to bring a date rather than their best friend to the actual game. So much for bromance.
- When INVITED, 70% of men and 68% of women would accept a date with someone they weren’t crazy about, just to go to the Super Bowl – looks like everyone wants to be in Dallas for the big game so don’t be fooled. The true test will be if you score a second date.
You know the rules: now take the ball and run with it. But please, no Super Bowl shuffle.
About It’s Just Lunch
It's Just Lunch is a specialized dating service for busy singles. It’s Just Lunch’s dating specialists save singles from the frustration of having to search through seas of online profiles, or play endless e-mail tag. The company, which has arranged over a million first dates over the past 20 years, handles everything in a personalized and efficient manner – from finding the right matches to making all the arrangements for lunch, brunch or after-work drinks. It's Just Lunch was founded in 1991 and has grown to service over 150 cities within the U.S. and internationally, and has many wonderful success stories. For more information, please visit http://www.itsjustlunch.com
Press Contact: For more detailed information on the It’s Just Lunch Super Bowl Sunday Survey, please contact Irene LaCota, IJL spokesperson, at Irene(at)ijlcorp(dot)com or 760-779-0101 ext. 106.