Is it to cliche to say "i just want to be happy"?
My name is David.
I constantly see women with the headline "looking for a good hearted man" or "are there any nice guys left?" And can't help but know that 98% will still end up with the ***hole..... By choice.
I joined in the hopes of finding a relationship. I'm a big hearted guy. I want to be able to make someone happy. I want to be that guy that can make you laugh when you didn't think you could. The guy that wakes up in the morning and the first thing he says is how beautiful you are.
I am not closed minded and would love to make friends on my journey to finding the person I want to be with. I'm a laid back pretty happy guy. I'm confident, but not****. I can be the bad boy and I can be the guy you want to take home to meet your parents. I'm genuine and really value the truth. I can be completely content cuddling to a movie or roller blading down LSD.
I love smiles! A girl can win me over with a smile alone :D
I want someone who is looking to be in a relationship. Someone who wants to have fun and make memories to look back and smile upon. I need a girl who is confident. A girl who is not scared to speak her mind, but knows when to tone it down. It would be nice to be with someone who could challenge me push me to better myself and vice versa.
I enjoy time with my friends and family and would like someone who values that as well.
I apologize if I come off as picky. I just want to get this right :)
Message me if you want to talk
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Honestly, I know I should be a helpless romantic and try to "Woo" the ladies off their feet with this, BUT I think the best first date is anything that gives us the opportunity to talk, listen, and get to know one another. There is plenty of time for restaurants, theme parks, beaches, parties, and whatever else life may bring our way that would mean more with the right person.