Here's all you need to know: I like my meat rare, my waffles with apples and my vodka and cranberry, I'm a world citizen by experience. I'll give up my seat for old ladies, spare a buck for the homeless, but won't let a jerk cut in from the shoulder of the highway. I studied business in college I also did four years in the military . Now, after 10 years in business, I'm starting to think I want to start my own business. I'm more ego than id. I'm still learning and proud to admit it. I treat women like gold, I don't play games and I've never cheated on anyone in my life. If I'm in love with you and you're in love with me, we both feel like the luckiest people in the world. I also have a 17 year old daughter who Ilove very very much .
About the one I'm looking for
Size doesn't matter. I've been with all types and at the end of the day, only one question remains: Will I care what this woman has to say to me over dinner eight years from now? I sure hope so. Common interests help, but respect and admiration are more important. But I would have to give bonus points to any woman who can talk sports world events or just about anything and loves to laugh, who can flip her hair from side to side without messing it up, who can name three Martin Scorsese movies and who can get ready to go out in less than a half hour.
My idea of our perfect first date
You, me, sparks, a kiss, a second date.
My perception of an ideal relationship
Yes, love is hard, but it shouldn't be that hard. We appreciate each others' good qualities and can laugh at each others' bad qualities. And if you don't think you have any bad qualities, well, that's a bad quality right there. Listen, we all know that nothing's "perfect," but if a relationship is to have legs, the trust needs to be there, the want has to be greater than the need, the laughter must be constant and the sex should be mind blowing. We are aiming for perfect, aren't we?
What I've learned from my past relationships
She's always right. Except when she's wrong, in which case, no answer is the best answer. It's not about who wins or loses, but who is big enough to apologize for the greater good of the relationship. Hopefully, it's you. :)