There is almost always too much said, yet not enough in these online profiles. I still believe in chance meetings under uncontrived circumstances, but that may be like believing in dinosaurs. There's evidence that they once existed, who knows if what we have in our minds is actually what they looked like, but they're gone now. Is this what it's come to with meeting someone in real life?
I found this funny:
I love basketball, traveling, reading, family, and hanging with friends.
If you want to be successful on POF, try this:
1. Talk about your hobbies.
2. Talk about your goals and aspirations
3. Talk about yourself and what makes you unique.
4. Describe your taste in music."
This is the total of what someone put on his profile. Does anyone else see the irony?
Anyway, I'm an odd one. I'm all right with it. I've studied and am studying languages, lived in multiple places in the world, was born and raised in the Oakland and celebrate things Bay Area.
If I like you, you will know.
Right now, I'm a work in progress. In school for a 2nd BA, no income, car's in the Bay and I stay pretty busy. I'm rethinking being on the site because of these things, but connecting with someone would be really nice.
At first I was critical of people putting there "wants" lists up. I was also critical of people who didn't respond to messages. Now I do both.
Name doesn't begin with "Ro" (Rod, Ron, Rob, etc.)
Don't contact me if you're:
here for sex
have superfluous shirtless pics
not someone who enjoys conversation