Imperfect seeking same
1740 days ago
1740 days ago
1740 days ago
Children: Yes - living with me
Sexual Orientation: Straight
I like to visit dating websites and write witty prose. I also enjoy the company of intelligent people who can make me laugh, or the rare few who excel at the lost art of mime. Otherwise, cooking great food and drinking great wine.
I'm going to go out on a limb here, okay?
I'm going to do something a little unorthodox.
Are you with me?
Okay. Here goes.
What I'm going to do is not use any of the following phrases to describe myself: "Goal oriented," "Fun," "Work hard, play hard," "I love my mom," "I love what I do," "I love my life," “Passionate," “Partner in Crime," "Outgoing," "My friends think I'm funny," "My friends think I’m smart," "My friends think I'm funny and smart," etc.
If we can just assume that you and I both possess all the generic traits everyone seems to copy and paste into their profile, I think it will save us both a lot of time.
See how well we're getting along already?
Seriously. I know we just met, but this feels right to me. I just feel so comfortable with you. Like I want to hang out and talk with you until dawn on a school night. And then send you text messages, chastising you for being a horrible person who kept me up so late that I’m falling asleep at work. And insisting that I never should have gotten involved with you in the first place because you’re a bad influence.
And, of course, you’ll deny it. And claim I’m actually the bad influence. Because I’m the one who opened the second bottle of wine. And finally, after about 45 text messages, we’ll put aside our differences and agree to blame the wine. It was the wine that kept us up so late.
...Secretly, however, I’ll know it was really all your fault. I’ll just pretend it was the wine because I like your smile or your dorky laugh or the way you roll your eyes when one of my jokes bombs. But secretly, I’ll know you’re to blame...
Anyway. A few additional things about me:
First and foremost, I'm a real adult with a real career who knows how to be in a real relationship. I kind of feel like that shouldn't make me stand out from the crowd but my female friends insist it does and insisted I mention it. So there it is.
I get creeped out when men use emoticons or “LOL's." I feel like you and I have gotten very close very quickly, so I’m just going to come out and say it: I don’t think you should date these men. There’s something suspicious about them. Don’t pretend you don’t know what I’m talking about.
I will, incidentally, tolerate emoticons and LOL’s from a woman... Which may mean I’m a little sexist. Not sure. Discuss.
At the risk of sounding like everyone else on this site, I love to travel. I just spent a month in LA ( ya IT's was a work thing but the west cost .Well it cal what can I say??!!
On me being a gentleman:
I’ll always give you the first choice of pillows. And If we go to one of the outdoor movies at the cemetery, I’ll bring plenty of blankets. If we hike up to the ruins on top of echo mountain, I’ll carry the wine and picnic supplies. But I’ll expect you to carry your own water. No free rides here.
I’m looking for a woman who intimidates most men, who’s a little too smart for her own good. Someone with a bit of an edge who occasionally runs with scissors and can hold her own in a battle of wits or verbal fisticuffs. Someone who doesn’t sweat the small stuff and sees detours as the beginning of an adventure.
I have exceptional female friends and they've set the bar for all women pretty high. But I'm confident someone out there can capture my imagination.
Feisty is a must. Furry pink handcuffs a plus.
Is this you? If it is, I’d like to hear from you
What I'm Looking For
Looking to find the stereotype real deal , AKA teenage feeling ( stay out late on school nights , skipping class etc ) indulge the though .