CoolGuy28: I'm about ready to give up on this site.
Non-Smoker with Thin body type
Tarpon springs, Florida
40 year old Male, < 5' (< 152 cm), Christian - other
Caucasian, Scorpio
CoolGuy28 anything.
Bachelors Degree
Psychology student at USF/Licensed Mortgage Broker

I am Seeking a Woman For Long Term
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry View his chemistry results
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Undecided/Open
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Blond(e) Eye Color Other
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship
Pets No Pets  

About Me
UPDATE AS OF JULY 25TH 2009: I apologize for the following rant, but this is too weed out a certain group of people. I've been on pof for awhile now. It's a good sight, however, the people are disappointing: As you can see by my pictures I am disabled. You know what the worst part of having a disability is? It's when women (or people for that matter) treat you like you're disabled. I've tried to form friendships on here with people who live in my area. So far they have proven to be more shallow than an empty kiddie pool, and I emphasize the word empty. If you are one of these people, then not only should you move on but you also might want to look at your own imperfections, too. I'm usually more patient than this, but lately I've met only shallow, disrespectful women whose definition of a nice guy only seems to be a guy with nice abs. My apologies for losing my patience. If you're not, then please read on...

First off I'm caring, loyal and have a good sense of humor--a single moment of laughter can heal all wounds. At heart, I'm a romantic and a gentleman. I can be happy at home, but I like to go out and have fun too, especially when it involves margaritas! But, the most important part of me is my strong faith in God. He's helped me through many a rough time, and my faith has pulled me through, always. And, I will be 100% honest. I am disabled and in a wheelchair (believe it or not, I do workout every week though). But, I don't want anyone to base their judgements on my disability, but on ME, who I am. However, I can understand how this can make some people uncomfortable. So if you don't respond because I'm in a wheelchair, don't feel bad or guilty, I do understand. Now for what I'm looking for.

I've talked with alot of great people all over the world, and have made many awesome friends. The only problem is, given the great distance between my friends and me, meeting in person is improbable. So, I'm now looking for people in my area, or if they are at a long distance away they must have the ability to travel. Point is, I want to meet more people in person. However, if you're in my area but have no intentions of meeting people, or especially if you feel my disability will keep you from meeting me, move on to someone else please and don't waste my time. Now, although from the start I'm not looking for anything serious, I am hoping that if all goes well it could lead to something wonderful and meaningful.

For friendship I have no requirements, except that she has a good heart. But for a serious relationship I look for more.

First and most important, she must have a strong faith in Christ. secondly a good sense of humor is also important; if I can make her laugh, that's a plus too. She also must love children and animals, as I do. Ambition, confidence and honesty are also attributes I look for. I also must admit, I like women who flirt and are aggressive; if you like me, show it, no head games. For physical appearence, I PREFER her to be petite, since I am a small person. She should also be somewhat attractive. She doesn't have to be a super model, but she must at least take pride in her appearance. I do have one minor obsession on the female body, but y'all can ask me what that is if we talk. :)

Hope I hear from you!

First Date
I'm versatile. Dinner, movie, theater, park or whatnot. I think the best first date however is one that encourages conversation. This is the best way to get to know each other.