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30 • M • Dallas, TX
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- 5′ 8″ (1.73m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Aquarius, but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from university
- Rather not say
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
Books: Mainly fields that deal with history, humor, fishing and geography.
Music: Heavy Metal (Pantera, Deicide, Slayer, Iron Maiden, Motley Crue, etc.), Classic Rock (AC/DC, Led Zepplin, The Doors, The Who, ZZ Top, a verrrry big list here), Stevie Ray Vaughn, Classic Country (Johnny Cash, Dwight Yoakum, Hank Williams, Jr., Jerry Jeff Walker), Classical (Beethoven, Dvorak, St. Saens), Aphex Twin, Acid Jazz, and Zyedco.
Foods: Steak cooked rare, wide arrange of seafood (especially sushi), chicken, cajun, junk food, baked potatoes, Albertson's french bread, asparagus, cheeses, etc.
I notice that there's a lot of women on this site that don't like cats, and I wonder what's the deal with that? For me, especially when living in an apartment, I'd choose a cat over a dog for 2 reasons: they're far more independent, and you don't have to take a cat out for a walk; he knows where to do his business.
Why would someone pay for extra perks on a site which allows you to freely message someone for no charge to begin with - especially from a guy's perspective? Does it somehow increase the odds of receiving messages from women which you desire to hear from, even if you may have written them previously to no avail? If a woman did not like you or write back when you originally didn't pay for such added perks, why would they magically decide to communicate with you once you start paying for such options that have no real benefit for gaining a woman's interest in you in the first place?
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- Ages 20–32
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- Who are single
- For long-term dating
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