To be honest, I had a rough draft of this going and decided to put it into other people's hands, so here's my description from a friends POV...
I am your quintessential Asian - meaning I like Hello Kitty and, yes, I sport the peace sign in photos at times. Some people may think I'm outgoing, but I'm actually really shy. I consider myself a creative and quirky hopeless romantic, and I'll probably always be young at heart. I like to have fun, hang out, and experience new things.
I don't know what I am expecting from this site, but I thought I would give it a try since the world has seemingly turned to the Internet for everything nowadays...
Since I am a recent graduate, I am still trying to figure things out. You know - the world, my life, my place in both, etc. But I am figuring it out one day at a time, and I guess I am looking for someone who is open to that.
I am morally opposed to cheating, so if you are not single, please do not contact me.
Also, it is never my intent to lead people on. That is why I only respond to messages if I am interested in a person or would like to have a conversation. I’ve encountered at least a few people on this site who have - without any provocation on my part - hurt me with their words just because I deleted their message.
I don’t want to waste anyone’s time. If I don’t respond to a message, please take no offense. I just think it is crueler to respond and give an outright rejection. It’s only natural that some people click while others do not. Like a lot of members of this site, I’m just trying to be open-minded and hopeful, but I won’t be depressed or angry if no one ever messages me back.
Thank you for taking the time to read my profile.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I enjoy going out on dates that involve something a little bit out of the ordinary - like people watching or a trip to the carnival. It's nice experiencing something new; however, there are activities which could be fun to try at one point - like indoor skydiving - that are just way too adventurous for a first date...
Overall, a laid-back, casual date works very well. Dinner and movie is ok, but not very creative, so perhaps let's save that for the second date.
In the end, whether the setting for a date is "typical" or not doesn't matter so much - just as long as you get to know the other person.