Tired of spending Friday or Sat night at home alone, browsing thru POF while watching TV, and lamenting the lack of a decent man in your life? Then maybe listen to opportunity knocking, decide to get out of the house and actually meet someone in the real world. At the very least I can promise you a few laughs and a pleasant evening.
I used to have a much longer profile, but let's face, no one reads all that, women are just as guilty as guys, they look at a few pictures and make a snap decision, swipe right or swipe left. If we ever do move beyond that stage and manage to meet, I can promise you I will be exactly who and what I say I am, an honest, intelligent and outgoing single gentleman who will be mindful of your feelings, and expect the same in return. No ghosting or guessing what my motivations are, ask me and I'll answer, even if its to say we aren't a good match. We are all adults, and should be able to handle a simple no thanks, right?
So what have you got to lose, other than another weekend night at home alone? if you are between say 45-60, a good & decent human being with some intelligence and wit, lets meet for a drink and see if there is a connection. You never can tell until you are sitting across a table from someone.
PS - Please, show some initiative and self-confidence by stepping up and introducing yourself. Sending me an email that says "nice profile" or "hi there" is lazy, semantically null, and tells me absolutely nothing about you. In that case don't expect a response.
PPS - AS A REGULAR MEMBER, I CAN'T SEE THOSE "MEET ME" LISTINGS. SEND ME A MESSAGE IF YOU ARE TRULY INTERESTED...THX!
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
A first date should be something casual and fun, getting acquainted without it seeming like a job interview. I'm not one for the typical dinner and a movie routine as a first date; who ever thought that sitting in a dark room not talking was any way to get to know someone?? How about just a drink or coffee with some good conversation to start? I won't be checking my phone every few minutes, nor should you, I'll be a gentleman and you be a lady, simple enough?
First dates are really just to get the initial meeting out of the way anyway, and get to know each other well enough to decide if you want to go out again. Second date, yes, dinner and a movie possibly, but even better, a ballgame, a visit to a museum, wandering around town window shopping, wherever the spirit takes us. I always say, its not what you're doing, its who you're doing it with; in the right company just about anything can be a good time. If you feel likewise, look me up!