I'm not looking to get into a relationship just so I can say I'm in one.... life's way too short for that! If something were to develop, cool, but in the meantime, I'm looking for some company. Sharing day-to-day things with someone sometimes turns into something truly intangible and worthy.
A sense of humour and humility are very attractive, as is the ability to think on planes that require one to reach outside of oneself. I'm looking for someone to share the smaller moments, ignite my mind, snicker with in the dark, help me resolve seemingly impossible conundrums and share the beauty of a night sky. In return, I'll make you laugh until your stomach hurts, challenge you on every level, and make you happy that I do.
I love music, and am intrigued by a man who has a certain level of maturity and can carry a conversation, but also possesses a wicked sense of humour. If I can't make you laugh, you are most certainly quite dead! Friends describe me as many things including genuine, intuitive, smarty-pants, genius and insane (keeping in mind that these are my friends and supposedly they love me, or perhaps they are insane as well?).
Update: Ummmm.... yeah. Lemme make this easy and maybe save you some time. If you're bouncing around looking for the next best thing, there's always something better and I'm not it. If you're a serial dater, addicted to this or any other dating site, or consider dating 28-year-olds (seems to be the magic number) a worthwhile expenditure of your time, you should probably strike me off the menu right about now. These attributes preclude there being an interest on my part.
I find the "wants to meet you" feature a little creepy and juvenile, which you will only know if you read this far. So if you're simply randomly evaluating pics, you've just outed yourself with a single click. The good news is, you haven't read this far and ignorance is bliss. ;~)
Please do not tell me you're six feet tall if you're not. It's a pointless lie, and therefore falls under the category of being (if you will excuse the pun) a shortcoming. For those who are confused about this statement, it's commentary referencing lies not height.