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SuperValu in Lusk is holding a speed dating event in the shopping aisles

Our eyes met over the iceberg lettuce…

This could be you, finding love by the roasting bags. Source: ANDRIS BERZINSH

DO YOU EVER feel like your trip to the supermarket could be a little more… romantic? Is your search for baked beans and Marigold gloves lacking that spark?

Well, you’re in luck. SuperValu in Lusk, Co Dublin is holding a speed dating event in the actual supermarket to mark Valentine’s Day.

Says the press release:

Shopping for your dinner, and a new partner, brings a healthy mix of passion and practicality to the normal grocery shop.

Also:

Flirting by the fresh food counter is a new concept on the Irish dating scene

Here’s the supermarket at which it will take place:

So how’s it going to work? Well, the event is run in association with dating events site GetOut.ie, and will operate as follows:

There will be dedicated ice breaker sections set up around the store, such as beer, wine, cheese and Signature Tastes sampling stations, allowing singles to interact and mingle.  At the checkout area, participants confirm if details of interested suitors are to be exchanged.

The event takes place this Sunday. To register, go to the GetOut.ie website. And…

If you’re hoping for passion by the pasta or seduction among the soups, get down to Casey’s Supervalu in Lusk for a free dating night!

As one DailyEdge.ie staffer pointed out, SuperValu DID inherit a load of top-notch sausage from Superquinn last year…

Source: glivingston73

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