Grocery stores, laundromats, bookstores, online dating sites, coffee shops, line dancing class, church, the gym, dog parks, bus stations, museums, motorcycle clubs, airports, libraries, soup kitchens, book clubs and Target. The aforementioned is a comprehensive listing of places that people in relationships tell their single friends to go in order to find their soulmate. Of those options, online dating seemed like the most logical choice (after the motorcycle club didn't work out). Plus, the commercials always show deliriously happy couples and I'm a sucker for a good advertising campaign.
I think it's pretty obvious that most people like their families and friends. So rather than detailing out how much I like them, I will list some other unusual/unique things that I like:
-riding the Miller Ferry to Put-in-Bay
-grocery shopping on Saturday nights (you would think I would have met someone there by now)
-antique car shows
-Browns Indians (not unusual, but worth mentioning)
-silent movie stars
If you would like to know anything else about me (which hopefully you do), then just ask. I love answering questions.
Without sounding too cliche, I'm looking for someone who likes their family and friends, has a good sense of humor and is intelligent. It would also be a plus if you were a nice and trustworthy person, but I don't want to get too specific.