With the tagline ”welcome to the madness”, Girl Crew operates through what its three founders – Carri, Áine Mulloy and Pamela Newenham – describe as “slightly organised chaos”.
How Girl Crew works Members, women mainly aged from their mid-20s through to their mid-30s, join their local crew on Facebook, where they either post something they want to do or respond to someone else’s request.
The new groups that pop up regularly seem to be filling a gap where people are finding it difficult to make friends as adults.
But despite Girl Crew’s success, Carri says there’s more of a stigma around meeting friends online than there in around meeting men online.
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It runs similar to speed-dating events with participants moving to speak to a new person every five minutes.
If they get on, they can exchange contact information then and there or later in the night as most people stick around for a few drinks afterwards.
Just four people turned up to the first night but Phelan told that word spread quickly and 30 people were at the next one.
There is also a newsletter and blog featuring a regular “meet the girlcrewer” column.
I think women and girls really take a lot of their priorities really seriously – family, work, partners – and you can end up prioritising things that aren’t necessarily fun or social …
I was a huge fan of at the time when Kirstie Mc Dermott was at the helm, and there was great craic to be had in the comments. She then set up her blog, Cherry Sue Doin’ The Do, and in the four years since then she has met some of her closest friends through their shared interest in beauty.
“I’ve made some lifelong friends through the blog, with the other girls who are blogging. I’d never have met her in my day-to-day life.” The common interest that usually ties people together in blogging communities shows up elsewhere, too.