Writing dating profiles is so tricky. I mean, I'm pretty well versed in behavioral neuroscience. Will what I write here make any more of an impression than the one you gained in the three seconds that it took to check out my pictures?
I suppose all things are possible, so let's start based on the premise that my pictures caught your eye, and that you are looking for that one special gal to show off to your friends and take home to Mom. I am that rare bird, a balance of elegance and fun. I am extremely trustworthy, loyal, and loving, and delight in conjuring smiles and dispensing wit when people are in sad sack states. You very well may find yourself laughing your backside off in my company. I treasure my family, interact with them often, and have mad respect for those who dedicate a good chunk of their lives to raising happy, harmonious, and healthy families.
I mesh well with Type A, goal-oriented folks who enjoy planning and attending social events. As for loves, I love to read, and I love to travel (I have lived abroad for quite some time). I love to dress up, dance, sing, and see anything live or theatrical. I love museums; I love literature, film, music, psychology, philosophy, and sociology. I love almost anything written by Woody Allen. When springtime rolls around, take me out to the ball game! In fact, take me out anywhere. Staying in at home is a delight reserved for re-charging the batteries in order to go out again.
I prefer whiskey to beer, steak to seafood, board games to video games, pub trivia to pub crawls, graphic novels to comics, paper to electronics, Star Wars to Star Trek, Art Deco to Art Nouveau, and dining at The Ritz rather than dining on Ritz.
I love dogs and cats, but have an allergic reaction to both that doesn't. I love the Bay Area, and have made it my permanent home, as my career, family, and doctoral studies are also here. Whew! That's a lot of love in one profile. Now, I'd love to learn a bit about you!
My Match Description:
I am looking for a partner who has his roots and career planted in the Bay, but who lusts to travel and see the world. When my match looks at me, they envision a future with marriage and family as a prospect to be welcomed, rather than a fear to be avoided. The idea of coming home to one loving partner each night feels comforting, not stifling. My partner in crime, a fellow educated professional, will be romantic, a lover of challenging work and the rewards that it brings, and a resident of my same moral wavelength.