Hello! I would like to develop a "serious" relationship with somone FUN! Ironic, right? If you are educated,fit, and thoughtful, we could be off to a good start.
I have a good idea as to what I'm looking for. I like spending time with people who have something to say, and express themselves skillfully.
My observations about this website, so far: it is a cross-section of the single life in general; with some very nice and sincere people, as well as those who would benefit from charm school; people who are looking for a true partner, and those looking to play the field; people who have a lot to give, and those who are only able to take. Being a free website, it may be skewed toward the latter, or the struggling. There are definitely a lot of people here that I wouldn't encounter in my daily life, and I like that. An entertaining irony is the "Wants To Meet You" feature..unless you have paid to "upgrade" (I haven't), you can't see all of the people who want to meet you. So, if you really want to meet, it's best to drop me a message ;)
To pre-empt some previous questions from being repeated (entertaining as they were):
Q: What do you do for a living? A: I am fairly private. I'll tell you what I do if it unfolds naturally in conversation.
Q: Will you add me on Yahoo/MSN/Facebook/Skype/Whatsapp/Viber? A: Unless you live in another country, I don't see a big role for IM or webcam in our communication.
Q: Are they real? A: Are you for real, asking a perfect stranger this question? (Now I know that this doesn't only happen on Seinfeld).
Q: Do you want to play paintball? A: No, at least not on the first date. OK, never, not my thing.
My preference is to find a partner who doesn't have children. I have solid, personal reasons for this preference. They don't stop being your children when they turn 18. If you are evolved and are truthfully okay with developing a platonic (non-physical), friendship with me, then your offspring aren't an issue, unless you want me to join you at Chuck E Cheese or Cheesecake Factory or Spaghetti Factory -I pretty much avoid restaurants with "cheese" or "factory" in the name :).