Wouldn't it be nice to get to know someone in "real life"?
*I would like to start off as friends, really, friends first then see what blossoms, but friends first.
Namaste. Don't be shy ...say hi!! Hello! Let's start off by chatting like friends and see what blossoms from there!
I believe in trust, honesty and respect.
I want substance, passion and a good Karma.
What goes around does comes around.
I consider myself down to earth,open minded, go-with the flow like to have fun.
I want things to progress naturally and I want someone with substance.
I am attracted to intelligent, affectionate,deep and passionate kind of girls.
Really I want someone who can engage in a silly conversation about 'whatever' to a serious conversation about the basic values we hold dear in life.
I like the simple down to earth pleasure of life and I also like creative/entertainment things like art,movies etc.
Patios, parks, beaches, bookstores, restaurants, good food and good company are my enjoyments (not a jock or into cars).
Filling out a social resume is fun but it's not personable. It's natural to get to know someone for who they are and can only be done without a POF checklist of things that sound good on paper.
Experience says it all here:
******" The longest relationship bello_yes has been in was over 1 year long."
I could lie and say 5 years. Then I could say that only 1 of those 5 years were good like the rest of you. Guess what? I've never been in a miserable/arguementive relationship. So the length of time doesn't not make YOU or ME a relationship expert. I learn from what I've seen growing up and learn from their mistakes....I guess I'm not as naive as some of you...so don't judge me...or I can judge you for being slow enough to be in a situation that should be put to rest.*********
What you are about to read are not the surprise most guys give you 6 months or 6 years down the line.
I'm speaking my truth.
Honesty means it may not be what you want to hear but it can be what you need to.
Understand without condition, without preconceived notions and open your mind past the cookie cutter profiles.
What you do does not define you. Everyone should want to know how WE all feel, think, react...not just "what do you do"?
If you love your job then call it a career but it does not say who you are as a person or any of us. Have some depth beyond career ,material possessions and the last trip you took.
If your profile consists of "I love my job"....or "I love my dog"...GREAT!
It doesn't say anything about YOU! I love chocolate ice-cream...so what????? I love dogs too!
My background/ethnicity is Italian but I don't fit any stereotypes you could think of...and trust me I poke fun at them!(...and if you don't understand that last line and are offended it is because you "don't get it!"...move along...)
I know I sound harsh......but I am real and I get a lot of compliments regarding my written word. If you take what I write in a negative light then chances are that you are living a secluded life and have some growing up to do. Too many little Principessa's on here who just have superficial expectations, naive values and have a lack of substance. There are a million wolves in sheeps clothing who will do you in....so don't like me? Watch out for them!
You can't plan your future with someone you haven't met. Are you looking for a guy married to his career, with lots of money? Great! There are plenty of dirty old men and players who will spoil you. There is more to life than some guy investing money in your dream quest for a nuclear family. Be your own person. Money won't solve your problems or make your relationship have substance. Free advice: Don't look for a guy to support you financially you are painting yourself into a corner.
If you are the kind of girl who won't call a guy and only expects a guy to call you, I got news for you, only the 'PLAYERS' will call you constantly,'til they get what they want, because they smell your game. Be a little more modern and get rid of that Toronto snobbery/mentality(Toronto has a bad rep for being snobby).
This is all out of good intentions!
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It depends on the other person because WE would be doing it and it is relative to the person you are with. :)
I am more accustomed to meeting on the WEEKEND when I am nice and relaxed and focused...so if you're "too busy" on your weekends to meet for a couple of hours over a drink or whatever then it goes to show how serious you really are about meeting someone.