Maybe you are looking for a soulmate/partner/passenger on your Harley/Honda/Kaw then take another look. I will share your passion. Why? Because I enjoy that activity and we might find out we have more interests in common. No motorcycle? No problem. That should not be the reason we are together. Like karaoke? I could be your #1 fan in the audience clapping for you. There are plenty of interesting activities to do while we learn about each other and build a relationship rather than send multiple emails/texts & schedule phone conversations.
Seeing as we are both hoping to meet our best friend and last love, a first date shouldn't feel like an job interview. How can we avoid so many questions on relationship expectations. Isn't the idea to relax and have fun? Short meeting first, c o c ktails and appetizers, coffee and donuts?? For that matter, milk and cookies works too! I love sharing a plate full of buffalo wings, a few jokes, a little conversation (a lot is even better). Don't like tiny buffalos that fly? I am open to your suggestion. Also, I have learned its polite to reply ALWAYS, and anticipate you have learned the Golden rule.
I am romantic enough to wish for "love at first sight" but realistic enough to know developing a solid friendship between any 2 people requires effort: patience and tolerance.
...It ought to be easy ought to be simple enough
Man meets woman and they fall in love
But the house is haunted and the ride gets rough
And you've got to learn to live with what you can't rise above if you want to ride on down in through this tunnel of love...
Bruce Springsteen, 1987
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