As the meerkat says It's Simples! Looking for an intelligent guy who can hold an interesting conversation who has banter. I quite like a cheeky chappy, someone with character and devilment.
I would like to find a guy who can converse, we laugh together and have a fab time. When we arent together then we have that flutter feeling of missing someone. To share some time together and see where it goes.....hopefully happy ever after! (old romantic arent I? :)
Fun, banter, laugh, conversation, happy, holidays, kind, caring, ticklish, crazy, sensitive, childish, serious, sassy, outgoing, confident are some words to descibe me!
I now understand what I want out of life, what I am looking for and I want to find a partner that I can share my life with and build on our values, beliefs, and desires. I work hard, but I am also looking to achieve the right balance between work, rest and play. Initially I'm looking for a genuine, open, sincere and honest person to spend quality time with. I can be quite romantic, generous and full of surprises, but I do have a pretty wicked sense of humour so you have been warned! I enjoy everything from long walks on the beach and in the countryside, cycling and swimming to chilling and chatting over a drink or meal, shopping, cinema, - whatever takes our fancy! Life is for living!
My Perception of an Ideal Relationship:
Complete and utter comfort. I can be myself around you without feeling judged. You can sit in your room working while I read or watch tv and I'm entirely content. I only have eyes for you, you only have eyes for me and we communicate this verbally, physically and often. Intimate relationship and warm and comforting cuddling are ever present. Fights are rare and when we do get into it, we don't stop talking until we've reached some sort of peace. Unparalleled companionship, unprecedented generosity and unconditional love grant us the foundation for a lasting long-term relationship.
What I've Learned from Past Relationships:
Laughing is essential. Perfection is impossible. Better to be single than to be in a bad relationship. If it's worth it, I'll work for it; if it's not, I won't. Don't say anything you'll regret because you can't take it back. Finally, you must expose yourself emotionally -- it's the only way to reap love's greatest rewards.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
walk, talk and have a drink, see if there is any chemistry.