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I'm single, never married, no kids, no pets, no hang-ups, few vices, not boobs/sports/anything obsessed, not OCD, no beard/bugs/drugs, no criminal record, no girlfriends waiting in the wings, not a cheater or player, no tattoos, earrings, hygiene issues, allergies, phobias, large carbon or trash footprint, and no tolerance for users, takers and/or fakers. That sums up much about me using mostly negative expression, the preferred method for appraising a match, if women's profiles here are any indication.
On the positive side, I'm known as a good listener, a reliable friend, a decisive leader, a decent musician, a great teacher, and an even better partner. I like to tinker and fix things when I have time. I'm savvy about a great many things that can directly and indirectly help people, and I like to share that knowledge to a willing audience. I had a past in academia, and am still learning new things each day. My actions are what I can be best judged by, especially when words fail me. I'm content all by myself, but I'm willing to roll the dice and see if I can't be happier with a quality woman.
I want someone who's a good person, with ethics and values that match or better my own. Someone not pretentious, like me, and who follows the Golden Rule. I tend to date overachievers. Touchy-feely types move to the top of the list. I could care less about breast size, but I do prefer toned legs and posteriors and smaller, feminine features. It's been almost 40 years since my first date, so I know what I like by now. I'm ready to be a good reflection on someone, and desire that in my match as well. I'd rather hold out for a great fit than date someone I wouldn't consider as a partner - wouldn't you?
I try to enjoy life to the fullest every day, as you never know what the future will bring. I'm the loyal, kind and helpful type - it would be great to meet someone cut from the same cloth. I'm a bit opinionated, and I love great conversation, but I fight fair if I ever have a disagreement with someone. Though I don't care if you're of meager means, please don't expect me to dig you out of debt, if that's your situation. And though I have none, I like well-behaved kids and pets, and have been told often that I'd make a great dad, though I'm not necessarily angling to be one.
I like to cook or eat home-cooked meals as much or more than I enjoy dining out, and I would hope you share the same outlook. We can make them together, which seems like the natural order of things. There should be someone out there who, like me, views the planning/shopping/preparing aspects of eating as a pleasure rather than a chore. There are nights when a great restaurant or some take-out does the trick better, just because. I eat fairly clean most of the time, and restaurants are where I sometimes get off course from that. Is being a foodie a vice?
Bicycling and swimming are my main physical activities. I have a gym membership, but rarely go. During the summer I swim at night under the stars, usually in my birthday suit. I have one of those massage chairs you see at conventions, where the person sits away from you with their face in a donut shaped pad. It works great, but only with another person there to give or get a massage. I suppose that's my ulterior motive - I'm a sucker for a good back rub, and give a good one as well.
So - are there any good eggs out there?