I like to eat, I like nice vacations, I am super duper successful alpha star. I have uncanny ability to recite 99% of all profiles by heart. Can't you tell, I love reading them? Daily. Do you like to eat? Great - we have a lot in common. That is so rare when someone likes food, ya know? Vast majority don't. Fools! Together we are going to make a super duper food eating power couple. You like fun? Even better! What a rare scenario. Seriously, I am not picky, so if you are: 1 - not a single cell organism and 2 - actually ready for a relationship, e-mail me already. I feel if I will read another sentence about loving fun, food, travel, beach walks, bikes, hikes, Harleys, lets don't forget self described "good looks" next to a photo - my head is going to explode. Ideally, you are a local workaholic, who is passionate about his work.Try boring me with that. You can skip reading the rest. This is my last and final update. -----------------------------------------------------------
I am seeking a respectful date for starters... with someone who did not move to match.com permanently. It's much more fun to get to know each other in person. You don't have enough time to date/get to know one other person. If you think you have time to get to know several - you are not from my planet. No serial daters, please! I'm seeking a serious relationship without all the heavy stuff, which comes with word "serious". If you are naturally light ( not shallow or empty ), aware, genuine and reasonably humble we'll most likely get alone. Your match.com resume does not matter to me much. Oversold profiles are often a turn off. I also don't believe we must have similar interests for a relationship to work. I teach/play piano for a living, you don't have to. In fact, I'd rather you do not :))
Emotional maturity is huge in my book. Physical attraction is important, but absolutely unpredictable. I do not have a type. I'm charmed by caring, kind and peaceful individuals with a pulse. If you smile easily, not too stiff or stuffy, give your self a big plus and say "hello".
3 months update: I already spoke about serial dating, but it is not enough. I have one simple requirement - you aren't only interested in getting out of match.com, but willing and able to take some steps to make it possible. None of us can concentrate on anyone here. I don't get 20 people asking me out on a date in real life every single day. I do not want to date to infinity, hope you don't either. I know where my "hide your profile" button is, do you? Do you know how to use it? Let's keep it real. Dating multiple people just does not work in real life. If you don't think so, move on to another profile! I'd like to keep things grounded and real. New romance is fragile enough to get other people tangle up in it. Give it a chance for something (anything ) to develop.
P.S. One more thing before wishing you all "Happy Dating". I do not really know how to approach the subject delicately enough, since I am very open to many things, including your age. Don't lie about it. It just not worth it. The other day I walked into a bar with my match.com first date. Bartender : "So, he is your uncle..." I smiled back. How on earth can I explain that my fabulous date is just another "Superman" from match.com who lied about his age? It seems to be a trend here. Uh, just "a few" years...