Age: 32
Hang out
rveader: Ever met a teddy bear Galahad?
Non-smoker with Big & Tall/BBW body type
Baltimore, Maryland
31 year old Man, 6' 1" (185cm), Non-Religious
Caucasian Pisces with Brown hair
High School
Construction Security

I am Seeking a Woman For Long term
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Undecided
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Pets No Pets Eye Color Other
Do you have a car? N/A Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship

About Me
Well, hello everybody, my name is Rick. I guess you could say that I am not a social butterfly. In fact, I'm a bit shy in public with people whom I do not already know, and that tends to put a damper on meeting new people. Okay now, onward we go, about me. I'm 6'1", 315 lbs (trying my d*mndest to get down a good 40+ lbs.) I am known to be a paronomasiac. I have a beard and am proud of it (it is sometime shorn to a goatee for the summer.) Ocassionally I can indeed compose a complex and meaningfull turn of phrase. (I over use parenthetical asides.) I like women. I find them to be the most beautiful and maddening beings in all creation. I concede that I will never fully understand them, but hope to make my life's work growing happy with one. I believe that chivalry should never die. I'm a hopeless romantic and rather wishy-washy (I also look a bit like Grizzly Addams; That makes me a human teddy bear.) That being said, I look forward to hearing from anyone, even if its just for friendship.

First Date
Well, for common sense and safety's sake, I would definitely expect to meet in a very public place (and not necessarily alone. Remember ladies: if they say you can't bring a friend to the initial meeting DROP EM, thats just creepy), a bookstore coffee shop for instance, because a date should only cause normal nervousness not creepy internet stalker nervousness. (how was that for a long sentence) After that, things simply fall where they may. I am a simple man. I like making others happy and preconceived notions rarely do that. Dinner is always good, so are museums and galleries.