As for my headline--I'm not nuts, I just put the funniest newspaper headline I could find that would fit within the character maximum. And it was not easy, let me tell you. The site asks for a headline, so there it is.
What do I want in a woman? As the memorable Adam Corrolla used to always say on Loveline, "All people want is someone who is not crazy and who is attractive and who loves them." That is a promising start, I say. But--I like a little 'crazy' in a way. I've never met a woman without at least a little 'crazy'so I don't think I need worry about not getting my fill of crazy. I don't need what society says is attractive, I, with a capital I, simply need to be attracted to her. Sometimes it's an obvious attraction, sometimes it takes time to develop that attraction. I guess the most important adjective to describe my in the lady search is Responsible. Yeah, responsible turns me on.
What do I know about myself? I spend too much time in the kitchen--cooking. Before any food goes to waste in my kitchen, I'll search tirelessly online about how to use it.
I don't have cable television, though I have been a Netflix addict this winter. I am a movie and television snob. For instance, Breaking Bad is brilliant. The Wolf of Wallstreet is superb. And How I Met Your Mother is awful. The Fast and Furious is worthy of ridicule. However, I will almost always hand the remote over to someone else, then critique your show with charismatic wit**
** The 'charismatic wit' part is disputable and is based on individual tastes.
The radio is almost always on in my house.Usually the radio is tuned into sports-based (KFAN) or news (MPR). I won't stand for KQRS and 93X. However, 94.5 is welcome in small doses. Again, here I am a snob--maybe I listened to too much music as a kid.
Sometimes, I turn the radio off so the birds can be heard from outside my patio door. There is plenty of birdfeed for them out there and I like to watch them and their bird ways. One time last winter, my daughter and I spotted six pairs of cardinals at once in the backyard. ! ! They keep the same mate for life you know.
I've been told that I have a very big heart and that I am loyal. They've also told me that I'm a selfish butthead, quick to say things I regret. The latter reminds me of a clever quote by Bob Marley that says, "The truth is that everyone in your life will hurt you, it's just a matter of who is worth it," or something like that.
I'm indecisive--which leads to procrastination. I believe I've become less so with experience, but one theory about the human condition that I kind of stand by is best described by The Verve's lyric: "I can change, I can change, but I'm here in my mold."
I'm a good listener. I may not always have too much to say about what you have to say, but I know how to listen with empathy. And laugh out loud, most importantly, keep my mouth shut and listen!
Okay so, let's make some headlines! Positive ones, of course.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Dinner or lunch or coffee. If you like me, and I like you, then horseback riding on beach at sunset.