Oh look - words! Thanks for getting this far. I'm trying to give serendipity a hand here, looking to find someone with similar (but not the same) interests for good conversation and fun times. (Yes, I know who doesn't...) I think there's far too many fish in the sea so to speak so everyone is always looking, never content with what they may have. Bolting at the first opportunity for what's behind door #3 as it were. While 99.99% of the time it doesn't go anywhere, it's that possibility that it could that brings people here - much in the same way the chance of winning the lottery does. If one is a romantic, believing that it really is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all should be second nature. The flipside of course is that love begins and ends with tears - but between those two poles is a paradise to be explored, provided one is willing to do the work.
What I'm looking for...
a woman who won't believe me when I tell her that Howard's End is about Howard Stern's proctology exam.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
A simple meet over drinks and if we like each other enough a low key first date (like a walk in a state park). By then we should know if we really want to date, so dates following that could be a good dinner at an ethnic restaurant, then to symphony and then to a brewpub or coffeehouse for dessert to while the away the wee hours.