Things You’ve Read on Every Profile and How They Apply to Me:
“I like a confident man.” – actually I prefer timid weaklings who cry often.
“I’m looking for a gentleman.” – on the contrary, I enjoy doors slammed in my face. And I definitely prefer a man who never pays – keeps him as dependent on me as possible.
“I love to laugh.” – truth is I hate to laugh. Screw life lines, I’m looking for frown lines. I consider a sense of humor to be a sign of confidence - remember, I like my men weak.
“My friends and family are important to me.” – Actually, I haven’t seen another human being in three years. I like to keep myself as isolated as possible from the world around me. I prefer my relationships be as dysfunctional as possible – makes for a more interesting holiday season.
“I love to get out and try/see new things.” – again, isolation is the key to happiness in my book. There’s nothing the outside world can teach me that I can’t learn from sitting in a dark corner of my house glued to my laptop. Who says we need human contact to thrive? Obviously that quote slinger never owned a Wii.
Ok, here’s the real skinny on moi:
WHO I AM:
I’m an Internet marketing junkie. I seriously love my career! I had been self-employed throughout my twenties and I now work for a large start-up. Building my businesses was a life-changing experience. I’ve truly learned the value of mistakes and failures and experienced a whole new level of personal achievement.
I love to socialize and get out of the house as often as possible. I’ve done the 18 hour work days and have eagerly transitioned into the “want to get out and see the world” phase of my life. I’m extremely open-minded and like having friends with all different backgrounds and lifestyles – makes life much more interesting.
I enjoy playing pool on a first date... little competitive.
WHAT I WANT:
Corny and overplayed – maybe - but I am looking for a gentleman – someone who takes pride in treating me like a lady. I’m pretty confident and self-assured, so someone who is strong and confident in themselves is a must. However, in my book, a gentleman does NOT equal a push-over or wuss. I appreciate a dominant male and would like someone to challenge me.
Obviously a bit on the sarcastic, bratty side, I love to play around and tease. This tends to work best with men who don't cry easily.
No games, no alcohol, no bullsh*t- just two sane, coherent people getting to know one another... strange concept, eh?