Okay for starters, if you get the reference in my headline, we will almost certainly get along extremely well as friends or otherwise. If you're reading this then chances are you aren't currently part of Southern Crackers target market either. Maybe someday! Well since nobody seems to get it here's a clue. It's a somewhat obscure reference to a popular ,long-running, animated TV show. This reference probably being from sometime in the 90s.
I'm a pretty independent guy and would like to meet someone similar. I don't have any absolute restrictions other than someone smart and funny, but my preference would be to date a non-smoker in her 30s at the same stage of their life as me, but that's not to say that exceptions can't be made if we really click otherwise. That being said, I don't really have any expectations or limitations from this site. I have made some very good friends on here.
I have a good and unique job. I enjoy what I do and there's only one of me in N.B. Although I'm working towards becoming an actuary. If you know what that is without googling then we will get along great!
Sorry about the picture. No I'm not trying to fool anyone. I'm sure you can all clearly tell there is someone cropped out of it. It's just that I don't have many pictures of myself and the few I do have all have other people in them. I'm not much of a selfie taker. But yes, I'm 100% guilty of having friends of both genders, many of whom have appeared in pictures with me but probably wouldn't appreciate having their faces on here.
Extremely poor spelling and grammar is a major turn off for me. I stress "extremely" poor because I don't expect perfection since mine is not always perfect. However I'm a pretty intelligent guy and I'm attracted to women who are also intelligent, so if you don't know the difference between "there", "their", and "they're" or think it is appropriate to say "would of" or "should of" then chances are I'm not interested. From what I hear, it shouldn't be too hard to find a guy on here that wouldn't care about that.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
It depends on the person and what our common interests are. Something fun and casual preferably. A movie doesn't really work unless you do something else before and/or after because you can't talk during a movie. Not a huge fan of "going for coffee". Probably because I don't drink it, but it's also kind of boring but I suppose with the right company it could be fun.