7 Ways to Set up Your Friends if You Think They'd Be Great Together ...

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Some people are dead set against setting up their friends, but if you can think of two people you know would be perfect for each other, seriously do not hesitate to use these ways to set up your friends.

Depending on your social circle, you probably have tons of friends with similar interests to each other, or you are like me and have many different friends, all of whom are completely different with different interests.

Whichever circumstance fits your lifestyle, everyone comes into contact with many different people on a weekly basis and if you know a lot of great people who are single, why not think of the many ways to set up your friends?

Everyone is searching for love at some point, so if you can help, why not make the search a heck of a lot easier?!

1. Blind Date

While some people despise these encounters, others simply thrive on them, so when brainstorming ways to set up your friends, definitely consider setting them up on a blind date.

And make sure it’s completely blind!

Do not show either party a picture of the other person and provide very vague physical descriptions.

Blind dates put both people on the same playing field and they allow your friends to initially be interested in each other purely on character traits and qualities.

If you have reservations about it, don’t think twice.

If worse comes to worst, your friends will end up meeting someone completely new and different, and we all should be open to new things these days anyway.

2. Double Date

Sometimes I think of double dating as the easy way out because it can feel like four people hanging out and it eliminates a lot of anxiety from both parties.

But nevertheless, if you know two friends who would be great for each other, setting up a double date is one of the classic ways to set up your friends.

And if your friends seem like they are hitting it off, you and your significant other can always part company and leave them to themselves.

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