I could feed you all the "good" information I want to offer up, so you'll like me, but where's the fun in that? I prefer the old school method of, "meet a stranger...start chatting...flirt...s hare vague facts about yourself...feel twitterpation coming on...share more intimate details about yourself...overwhelm ed with magnetism..." so on, and so forth. But with my work schedule and demographic limitation, the conventional way is much too challenging (though I do enjoy a challenge). So I have given this method a shot.
I haven't been in this whole online dating scene very long, but I have found it to be a very interesting sociology study overall...lol. So far, it has taught me this:
There appears to be 3 kinds of people who use online dating...
1) Those who are just looking for a booty call, aka "Serial Online Daters" (they may be upfront about it, or create a façade to make others think they're looking for a relationship, when in fact, they have no intentions).
2) Those who are SO picky that they are looking for the computer-generated partner and using the online dating format to weed out and find "Mr./Ms. Absolute Perfection".
Or 3) Those who are genuinely searching for and missing that intimate connection with someone, and for whatever reason (busy schedule, demographic limitations, et cetera), online dating seems to be the most accommodating option.
Any guesses which category I fall in?
Look...ultimately, I'd like to find a great partner to settle down with, have a little family (doooown the road), and share a life full of love, laughter, and a plethora of experiences. BUT...I'm not desperate to do so my life now is good as it is. I won't settle for "just acceptable". But please don't assume of what I'll think of you and not approach me. I'm a friendly person. Just shoot me an email. :-) But accepting that I may not discover that great partner anytime soon..........if you're not looking for a relationship, then please, just be up-front about it. If you're just wanting to hook-up/FWB, then say so. No foolishness required. If we have a mutual attraction & understanding, then it's all good. Just leave out the semantics, pretty please.
And now, to wrap this all up, I just want to say......I could totally pwn you in a game of Tekken. I seldom play video games, but when presented with the challenge, I can hold my own.