"Cute 40+ guy seeks 30+ gal for mutual..."
As for this headline, I was given a maximum of 40 characters to express myself, so I chose to create a headline using all 40 of them. I hate wasting space, and I also like ending sentences with an ellipsis. It adds a touch of antici...
...pation. See what I mean? By the way, when I wrote "seeks 30+ gal," I mean that I enjoy meeting women who are 'mature' in their outlook. Of course, it's entirely possible to be 'mature' at the age of 25; I'd like to think I was such a person. And I don't want you to think I only like women in their thirties. I recently went on a date with a woman in her fifties, so don't forget that there is a plus sign at the end of 30+.
Now let's get back to the description:
Mutual 'what', you ask? I don't really know, but I'm on this website for essentially the same reason you are: to find someone special to fill our days (and/or nights) with affection, understanding, adventure, or whatever else it is that's either missing or in short supply from our lives right now. Of course, I'll do my best to provide those things to her in return.
I'm looking for a woman whose friendship I can enjoy either online and/or offline. Depending on how we both feel, we can remain platonic friends or allow the friendship to develop into something else. I don't expect to find a wife on POF, but I'd be really disappointed if I didn't meet at least 2 or 3 friends here. You can never have too many of them.
I didn't join POF specifically to find a spouse, but you never know. Mainly, it was to make a few online friends, maybe find 2 or 3 activity partners (when I can fit them into my busy schedule), and, hopefully, 1 very special woman for something more.
I'd describe myself as youthful (I feel like a mature 27), healthy (not a mountain of muscles, but I get asked "Do you workout?" a lot), reserved but friendly, somewhat introspective but good company, and the last person my friends and family would expect to get into an argument. By the way, my life is currently a drama-free zone, and I want to keep it that way.
I have a number of interests that consume my time beyond work, but I'm always looking for more. The most prominent ones include music (anything 'thoughtful' that rocks in some way), films (esp. docs and 70s films), health, museums, food, books (esp. obscure titles and history), politics (I can respect any opinion if its argued with facts), and science in general, especially astronomy (I'm just getting into it). I have many aspirations, which include a home in Florida, and a 2-month trip around the world. Judging from what I've written, I don't believe I'm particularly unique. But I'm special, and so are you.
If I chose "Add to Favorites!"' to save your profile, it could be for one of several reasons. A well-written profile, a clever joke, a memorable quotation, a pretty smile... Please don't get nervous about it. I don't know any other way to bookmark notable profiles. If you do, please tell me. Until then, I hope you consider it a compliment.
Thanks for reading, and best of luck to you!
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Our first date? It would depend on the mutual interests we established long before we decided to meet. Better yet, perhaps it should involve doing something that neither of us had ever done before.