Please allow me to introduce Myself. He is an honest and loyal soul who cares deeply for those he holds dear. He values serious communication as well as playful teasing sometimes that together make a balanced relationship. He's a good listener if you need a shoulder and a good friend if you are in need. He has a good sense of humour too, albeit a bit off-the-wall sometimes.
He has just settled into a stable career in a new city and is looking to meet new people and new experiences. He enjoys sitting and chatting whether it's on a busy patio with drinks or in a quiet coffee shop one on one. He also really likes shooting pool, watching movies and is currently really into the volleyball league he recently joined. Writing strange introductions about himself in the third person seems to be another of his eccentricities. :)
If he could choose everything about you, you would be honest and loyal. You would accept him for who he is (even the weird introductions he writes) and be genuine so he can accept you for who you truly are. You would be open to communication, both giving and receiving. You would be able to take a joke as well as you could give it. You would be able to have deeper and more meaningful conversations as well as hanging out and chatting about whatever came up at the time. You would be dependable and considerate enough to keep your word and you would be strong enough to insist on the same from him. You would make his heart skip a beat each time he took in your beauty, as though the vision were new and exciting.
Thanks very much for taking the time to read this - I know he appreciates it. :)
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Wow, a first date is tough to picture without considering the person it's with. I think the most important thing to me about a first date is getting to know my company. Whatever we do, I'd like to get to know you and get a feel for who you are. It's important we can talk and share openly and honestly with each other. An ideal date will have a connection there that makes the evening fly by and leave a feeling of looking forward to the next time we can spend time together. What we actually do in the evening beyond sharing with each other is quite irrelevant, because if that connection is there, the evening will be magical.