I'm a Swiss who grew up in Montreal, which is why I'm more fun than the usual Swiss people. I've got pretty good skills; I know how to milk a cow because I grew up on a farm. I was driving a John Deere tractor at the time I was still in kindergarten. It's been documented that old people can fall in love with me. My grandma used to knit me awesome wool socks every time I went to see her. She once said I'm gorgeous and that's pretty accurate.
Apart from all the lovin I get from the Grandmas of this world, I stay active a lot. I'm very passionate about rock climbing. I like travelling to exotic places to go climbing or just to have fun with friends. I like to snowboard when there's fresh pristine powder. I also like to cook. Mainly because what I cook is good, but also because women are willing to drop their panties for good food.
I also have a taste for finer stuff, I'm an epicurean. My Swiss nature makes me like chocolate more than sex (in some cases), I like to have drinks with friends and good company (but not too many, because then I forget what happens), I like the smell of women perfumes (unless you smell of fish), I like music (tons of music), I like writing real letters with my hands and sending them through the mail and not getting an answer for what seems like eternity. I like big butts and I cannot lie...
I'm not taking this site very seriously, I much prefer meeting people in coincidental situations that have a funny back story to it, but then again I wouldn't want to miss out on the chance to meet my soul mate.
Also, if I send you weird messages, then I'm probably just bored and messing with you. But I might also be interested, it depends on how funny your reply is.
Pis aussi, je parle presque français osti de tabarnak! M'as te ramener à ma shed dans le bois avec mon char pis j'va t'allumer le poêle avec de l'écorce de bouleau sacrament!
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
On the first date, I would visit the Willy Wonka chocolate factory and throw some cherry bombs at people waiting for the bus on the tune of "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer.