Hello there, and thanks for scrolling to put some words with the pictures.
For a man of the world, yes, I am a bit lumpy around the equator and I’d love someone to help me burn off some of those calories.
That’s badminton, squash, cycling, hiking, walking, skiing, motorsport. Ensuring there is something left for luxurious hugs and cuddles.
Honest, reliable, caring, understanding, understated and modest too (non sequitir !) and in today’s world there should still be a place for a gentlemen where courtesy, manners and consideration cost nothing. I’m proud to be a red top too, but without the fiery temperament.
Young in looks and young at heart, when my body lets me. There is a time and place to be mature and act your age, but there is still some boy left inside that can’t wait to get out when the time is right.
I never belch or fart in front of a lady, unless of course it’s my turn. Women say it is important that men have goals, which is good, as I have two in my back garden.
I do all my own stunts –
1. Run for a bus
2. Keep myself amused for hours in my shed
3. Hopping around the bedroom trying to put my pants on
4. Saying I prefer the red dress compared to the blue dress for that special night out without saying what is wrong with blue dress (this stunt is particularly dangerous if it goes wrong - see 2. above)
Then there’s cooking, DIY, gardening, the pub quiz, cinema and days out.
What other people have said about Clive ...
‘The trouble with you Clive, is that you are too nice’ One of the girls at work. Can someone explain this to me please ?
‘Clive’s arts and crafts have really come on this term, especially his colouring in’. One of my better school reports. Kept the knack of not crossing the lines.
‘Good job your balls are in a bag’ My boss. I have a reputation for leaving things behind.
‘That’s what I like about you, f*** all !’ My bestest mate. I like this so much because I know he means it. Love you too Gary.
If you’ve not already guessed, some of this is pure invention as I have a very silly sense of humour and when everything else gets too much, it sees me through.
So why am I on POF ? Modesty in what I’ve done and achieved and the inability to see within myself what I can offer has held me back. Along with the realisation that what is missing is the fun and joy of sharing this all with someone special that I care about and would love very much to be part of my life.
Want to find out more ? Drop me a message, I would love to hear from you.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Anything not too strenuous, well, not straight away. A drink in a cosy pub, a walk in the country, Tourist Board TV advert stuff !