Plus, if you've got game, that should increase your chances, and if you want to go the whole nine yards, read the entirety of the article.
Sure, one-night stands are sparked at bars and on the club scene, but what about something different?
(Riccardo and other Couchsurfing users quoted in this article asked to be identified by pseudonyms.) On the business front, the crowdsourced hospitality site has been experiencing a rough patch lately.
After a controversial transition to a for-profit model in 2011, which brought million in funding in the past two years, growing pains have set in.
Women tend to get overly emotional witnessing the ultimate testament of love, and their hormones are raging; so, it's only a matter of “Hi, I'm a guy and I'm here to get things going.”Other potential places to land a one-night stand would be holiday parties, birthday parties (go for the birthday girl) and even taking advantage of time, like in the wake of a tragedy, which makes women seize the moment and sleep with some random guy.
Whenever protests are planned and the Egyptian tanks roll into Cairo’s main squares, Mariam, 25, takes a longer route to work, the one that avoids the police checkpoints.
Her ID carries the name she was born with (a boy’s name) and a number that signals her original gender (male).
Nowhere does the profile state explicitly that if you are an attractive female traveler, you might skip the couch entirely and wind up in Riccardo’s bed, but it’s a good possibility.
In eight months using the service, Riccardo, who is 32 and works for an ad agency, has let eight visitors crash at his apartment, of whom he’s hooked up with five, for a 62 percent “success rate.” If you count the additional two who climbed into bed with him for a cuddle and then fell asleep, the percentage climbs even higher.