Is someone automatically considered lazy, just because he/she doesn't want to work for it and doesn't believe that finding love should take so much, that it should just fall into 1's lap? If that falls under the definition of lazy, label me lazy all day long. I'll go all out to do relationship maintanence, but think finding love should be as natural and effortless as waiting on a sunrise, not a unicorn.
All right. I prejudge a bit. If you list anything less than "looking for a relationship", I'm likely not too interested in responding. If your profile is filled with sexual innuendo, I'm not interested.
On a more superficial level, I truly do want the tall, dark & handsome type. At 5'9", I'm the short 1 of my family. Brothers measure in at 6'5", sister at 5'10 and my incredibly shrinking dad at one point came in at 6'2". If you're a true 6', it might work, but I prefer taller than that. I hate throwing out preferences here, but I also want to be honest and save someone from wasting his time. I'm not going to be romantically involved with someone whose presence seems swallowed up by mine. If you're purely interested in friendship, that's a horse of a different color.
An honest person, only bending for some diplomacy. I can be and am often, a loving, generous-to-a-fault person. I'm hyper-affectionate. If you don't wish to be touched, hugged, massaged, kissed, etc., I'm not the 1 for you.
Another thought occurred to me. Though I come from a good mixture of academia & athletics, not only do I actually prefer to date someone smarter than I in many ways, he must also be a sports person. A college+ graduate is kinda important, an Oakland teams fan is at the top of my list.
I want to believe the best in people and that draws those who want people to give. I'd like it to draw people who practice reciprocity.
Just seeking true connections, be they friendship, romantic relationship or otherwise. I have friends spread out throughout the world, but that isn't the same as being part of one's everyday life.
If you're familiar with Nancy Wilson's 10 Good Years, you'll understand where I am in life. Working on reinventing myself by starting anew. Getting a 2nd BA at twice the age of when I started my 1st one. Just hoping it'll all fall in line. I'm going to give up socializing, once again, to muscle through this quick year or so of study before moving on to my other degrees. Hopefully true connection will develop despite all else.
Most find me to be an anomalie. As I am me, I don't fully see it. Those who love me, truly appreciate those very things they find to be different. I imagine I'm not for everyone, but nobody is.