So been out of this particular loop but thought what have I got to lose? Still think this is like writing a job application for the post of "Would Be Girlfriend". I am not convinced that my creativity can reach the dubious heights of self-glorification!
As an English and Drama teacher, my job is my all consuming -passion: which means I have been willing victim to a lifetime of of poetic and idealised romance. My passion for bad TV and chick flicks have helped to exacerbate the overall effect; the result being a determined belief in love at first sight and the possibility of pure romance...
I feel I am someone who should be much thinner ( I have all the physical hang-ups that come with being a 21st century girl: although I recently started running and Zumba as part of a 'better me' campaign). I naturally curly brunette playing a blonde hair that I play with absent mindedly: one of my many bad habits.
The five people at my ideal dinner party should allow me to indulge all my passions and to answer life's questions; they would be: Martin Luther King Junior (I think he has the vision for an inclusive world), Jesus Christ (if he exists) , William Shakespeare/ WB Yeats/ Arthur Miller(I have a decisiveness issue- please see below!) , Maya Angelou (I needed a strong, opinionated and self-confident woman) and my late Dad... (if they are unavailable I could be content with just Rupert Penry Jones)
My ideal date would be someone who cares passionately about "something" and is willing to argue his point on any and every issue: should it be politics, literature, music or what to watch on TV;someone who can trip the light fantastic, still wants to see the world but is also content to spend the night in with a bottle of red wine a dvd/ or one of those hot conversation topics...
If I had the fail safe formula for a first date I probably wouldn't be on a dating site! The flippant answer is of course the best first date is the one great enough to guarantee the second...
I'm not convinced that there is a fail safe first date. Carrie Bradshaw described it as,'a job interview with****ails' I would hope that whatever a first date brings (drinks, coffee, a walk by the coast, a concert, a theatre trip, the cinema and then the drinks) there would have been enough emails and texts exchanged before hand, for the ice to be well and truly broken.
I'm absolutely open to suggestions! X
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