I am a recent college graduate from Kent State. I come from akron, and I work as a computer programmer in Beachwood. I have an apartment in nearby Shaker Heights. I'm into music (mostly jazz, hip hop, and Asian pop), video games, swimming, and reading. I'm not exactly a world-class athlete, but I do work out to keep in shape and I'm trying to lose pounds. I don't drink or smoke, so bars are out the question. I'm looking for someone honest, trustworthy, and dependable. I prefer my potential match to have no kids, but if you do, that isn't necessarily a deal breaker.. Id also like someone drug and disease free. Age is but a number, long as you're between 27 and 45. This person has to have her own job and car (no goldiggers allowed). I don't want racists, homophobes, or people who can't respect other's religious beliefs (or lack thereof). I had some bad breaks relationship wise but now I'm ready to turn that around.
Now I know the in-thing for women is to mock guys on dating sites and label them as thirsty or desperate or whatever, but cut me some slack. I've been single for almost 9 years since I found out my ex was getting back together with her ex husband behind my back. I have had nothing but dead ends since. I'm not some 'fake nice guy' complaining about being 'friendzoned', but as a man who doesn't drink, has his own place and car, does not do drugs or have a criminal record, why am I condemned to get the short end of the stick when it comes to relationships? Why do my only choices have to be between women I'm not attracted to or women who don't measure up to my standards?
I'm 32 years old, and I just don't want to be single for the rest of my life, I know, f___ me right?