Try them for three weeks and see what worked for you the most.After that, dismiss what doesn’t work for you and come back to pick new ideas you’ve never tried.Obviously I haven’t tried everything here, but I tried most of it and ONLY included what makes sens for a young man to do to meet friends : Sports Class : Boxing, Gym and Aerobics, etc. It’s a good way to take care of yourself and meet people.Although, it’s always better to take a class where the people are young and interesting. If you want to do it just to meet friends, then fine. Hobbie/Sports-based Group : Photography, Guitare (or any other instrument) lovers, Fitness and Running Clubs, Improv Clubs, Actors Studio, Philosophy Lovers Club.And also, it gives me a chance to introduce my friends to each other which is very important.Book Clubs and Book Stores : Never tried a book club but I met a few female friends in bookstores. She was into self improvement so we hit it off pretty quick. Chances are, you’ll meet their close friends and some family.
The downside is that all people won’t be of your age. : If you’ve never couch-surfed, you may wanna try it.
These are great, I went to hundreds of events like them.
The people are open and interested in making new friends. I went to a dozen meetups and now I’m part of a House Music Club. Example (San Diego groups and meetups) : P7g3 Neighbors : Simple sequence : go from Online Forums : Fitness, Dating, Sports…
That led to adding them on facebook and meeting them in person later on.
By the way, they also do casual couchsurfers meetup’s, you go to them even if you’re *just* interested in the concept.