I've been travelling a lot recently, so I'm tired of being lonely on the road and when I'm home too. I have plenty of friends here to keep me company, but everyone is with someone or married. I've been told I'm a deep and diverse person, and there aren't many things I can't fix from emotional problems to shelving units. As my friend David said- I've never met a stranger, and I don't have a problem carrying on a conversation with anyone. I'm looking for someone who is interested in dating and enjoying some time together while we get to know each other. I can get along with any lady out there, but I prefer someone who likes nice things but is not focused on keeping up with everyone else. I love kids, and I wish I'd met someone to have children with but I just haven't yet, so that's why I chose "undecided". If I'm not who you're looking for, I wish you the best of luck, and I hope you find the one who is for you soon!
Well, first thing I would do is strike up an easy conversation that would allow my date to relax. I never know what it's going to be until I come across it, but crazy dates has always been a winner. I dated an electrical engineer once, and we joked about how the only thing we had in common was Ohm's Law. We had a great time even though we were complete opposites and neither of us was who the other was looking for. We would just talk all night and find out those things that we haven't found out about each other before, and if the place was right and the mood was right- I'd surely ask for a dance. I've had dates where I've taken girls to minature golf, biking in Shelby Park (when I had a bike), billiard halls, regular bars where we played darts, and just coffee shops where we talked for hours. The overall success of a date is not really dependent so much on the setting as it is the chemistry between the daters, and the ability of at least one to try to make the experience more pleasing for the other if it's not going that way.