Keep it moving, 'cause I ain't the guy for you.
I know nothing of god or the devil. I say to those of you who are looking for "a man who knows/is in touch with/is dedicated to serving god", I might not be your ideal match.
However, faith/religion is not a deal-breaker, and it would give us plenty to discuss during a first/subsequent date.
I am not likely going to ask you anything generic like, "What do you do?" on a first date; I'll get that information from your profile. I'm sure at some point we'll talk about our jobs anyway, so I'm more likely to ask something like, "Where and when was the nastiest bathroom you've ever been in?"
I want to know things like what embarassing moments you've had, do you have phobias, how much my atheism will clash against your religious beliefs, are you punctual, etc.
To those of who who make claims of being "fun" or "adventurous" or of having some other such trait(s), I will put you to the test.
I have a tendancy to come on strong; subtlety is not always one of my strong suits.
I'm looking for someone with enough common interests that we won't be bored together, and at the same time someone I can teach new things to, and who could teach me new things.
I consider myself open-minded, but I won't spout some crap like, "I don't judge people," because that would be a pile of bullshit. The very purpose of joining this site is to judge and be judged.
And speaking of judging, I don't message anyone who doesn't have a profile photo, and cartoons don't count. Having an image I can relate to goes a long way toward your credibility. The first thing I think when I encounter a profile with no pic is, "What do you have to hide?" And boob shots without a face - while they certainly get my attention - are no better.
Being able to make me laugh is mandatory.