I've met people of all different shapes, sizes, hopes and dreams... Kinda like legos but with less plastic.
I often times have random thoughts and a lot of them are about dating. I wonder if people even think before putting up dating profiles. It would appear a large number of people only think about what they want instead of what they may be able to offer. For example, I was reading a headline the other day where a woman said she wanted a good looking, rich and funny man. I didn't think there was anything wrong with wanting that until I looked at her profile. she was 450 pounds had 5 kids by 5 different dads, lived with her mother and had neither a job or car. Needless to say, I was kinda shocked. I thought to myself, why would a good looking, rich and funny man want anything to do with you?
so in the spirit of my above rant here is what I have to offer.
Don't live with my parents
No kids (and more important, no kids by 6 different moms)
Never been to jail or arrested.... and no DUI's
In good shape (This means NOT FAT for the people who get confused when their 275 pounds and put athletic or average)
The list above is not a rule but more of a guideline to what I want. If you don't have any of the above (or very few of them) we will not be a good match.
MY ONLINE DATING Guide book: I got on here to meet/date people and not to "chat" "talk" "make friends" "email buddies" or anything else. With that goal in mind here are a few of the rules I've made for myself based upon first hand experience.
1. If you have exchanged 3-5 emails with a person and they still don't want to communicate outside the site(give out their phone number)/meet in person, then give up because its not going to work out. Getting to know someone takes a lot of time and requires face to face communication. Emailing someone back and forth for 3 months isn't going to help you "know" them any better because its very easy for someone to misrepresent themselves online (purposely or not). Its not worth your time to email someone for 3 months (or even 3 days) only to find out they are not what your looking for when you meet them for the first time. Special note: If your too scared to give out your number or to meet someone for whatever reason then you shouldn't be doing online dating.
2. My time is valuable and so is yours. Sometimes you have to reschedule a date and that’s fine. People get busy with work, kids ect. What is not acceptable is disrespecting someones time. For example, if you set up a date well in advance (week or more) and the other person cancels 2 hours before the date saying they need a rain check, it is then not ok for that person to say “Lets reschedule, I'll call you in a week when I have the time”. Yes this did happen and no I did not take them up on the rain check. If you really are so busy you can't even find the time to talk about a time you can meet me then your way too busy to go out with me or anyone else for that matter. You should just quit online dating all together until you can mange your time better or some how find a life.
3. I'm not on here to play games or to chase anyone. I'm here to meet people who are just as interested in me as I am in them. For example, if you give me your number and I call and leave a message, I will not be calling again until that message is returned. If you want to be chased then tie a steak around your neck and jump in the lion cage at the zoo.
4. I only want to date people who are able to have healthy adult relationships. What that means is, if have so much baggage you need a special permit for the wagon you drag it in, are so unstable that you take 5 different pills so you don't cut yourself or anyone else, a virgin or a person who
doesn't believe is sex before marriage or just your regular run of the mill sociopath, we will not be a good match.
Just looking for that perfect geek girl.