TodaysCatch: What's yer hook?
Non-Smoker with Average body type
Van nuys, California
57 year old Male, 6' 0" (183cm), Other
Caucasian, Capricorn
TodaysCatch wants to date but nothing serious.
Graduate Degree

My outside office.

I am Seeking a Woman For Long Term
Needs Test View his relationship needs Chemistry View his chemistry results
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Does not want children
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Brown Eye Color Brown
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship Over 6 years How ambitious are you? Ambitious
Pets No Pets  

About Me
It's summer. Looking to date a woman of a healthy weight with a healthy mind and a healthy sense of what "fair" means. It shouldn't be that tough, but of course it is. Would appreciate more than a "Hey" if you're going to write. Into communication, laughs, trust, having fun and being productive, while leaving a small eco footprint. Not jealous or controlling, and into one date at a time. More to share for the right match, and I'd like to know about you as well. Happy fishing.

All right, I'll keep the above constant for a while, and make this a changeable section. Women never seem to change their posts, whereas I think they're like underwear and sheets. So this section will be what's up, anecdotes, dating experiences (would love to hear yours, even if you're "not supposed to" talk about them), my reflections on the whole online dating experience, rants/raves, and other things that come to mind while waiting on hold, which I do a bit.

7/16: I attended a speed dating event last Saturday where the quality of women was mind-bogglingly higher than any I'd attended previously. Two doctors, a few professionals, and even a scientist rounded out the attendees. And they were mostly in shape, which just floored me. I kept asking myself why these women found it necessary to attend an event like this when they obviously had so much going for them. Is it really that tough to find a decent guy to date? Would love to hear your take on it.

7/17: Gave blood today, and had fasted before I did. Afterwards, I tried a bit of wine, and go shnockered on a half glass. Always wanted to try that, and sure enough, it works. I don't recommend this, as it was just an experiment, and the opportunity presented itself. I've learned to take opportunities as they come up, not save the good stuff for later, and make a point of meeting new people, as life is short, and getting shorter all the time. It makes you reflect on how perfectly good single people are walking around unattached, when they could be with - who else? - you! And it blows my mind how plenty of folks won't even take the first step toward not being alone, but then maybe they prefer it. Do you? If you're the glass half-empty type, you could say, and rightly so, that relationships are the cause of more strife in the world than just about anything. But if you're a die-hard optimist, like me, you'll believe that there are good, compatible people in the sea of takers, liars, cheats, thieves and other undesirables just waiting to meet you. There are certainly no guarantees in life, and your soul mate could be living five miles from you without either of you ever meeting, but you gotta try, don't you? Giving up is not an option, or at least it shouldn't be. And baggage is just something you'll have to stow, or you'll always paint someone new with the same brush. As a guy, I'm always on probation with someone new, and it gets old. Positive as I am, I've left when it felt like I'd never get off of parole and into creating something meaningful with someone. IMHO, two don't live better/cheaper/easier than one, unless you're a woman, so make it attractive for a man to be with you, please.

Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Yeah, I'm an ugly lout, but I can rebuild engines, negotiate deals, recite Chaucer and play the cello, among my lesser talents. How about you?

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