Snap out if it man, this is serious! A lot of people are depending on you!
The DWP, Franchise tax Board, IRS, Auto, liability and business Insurance Industry, my mechanic, the Gas Company, The parking ticket violations bureau, Ralphs, Vons, Trader Joe's, the makers of Patron tequila, Mobil Oil, Time warner, US Bank, Guitar Center, the airline industry, various tool makers and an old fat kitty cat.
I'm finally at the age where everyone expects you to buy a Corvette and date a 21 year old. I say F that 'Vette. There's no room in it to bang the 21 year old, and wth would I talk to her about anyway? To her the Beatles are a garden pest, JFK means just f-in kidding, and the Jeffersons were the founding fathers. No, gotta think practically now!
Besides...life just isn't the same without feeling like your on the same page with someone....only now the book is titled "Pathetically On An Internet Dating Site At My Age"
If you're looking for a guy in my age bracket (which is a bad idea....date a young guy, they're more trainable) whose spirit hasn't become hopelessly jaded by bad divorces and business failures, who doesn't blame women for his past relationships not working out, and won't ask you what your "favorite position" is in the first 15 minutes of conversation (I wait at least 20-25 before I bust out the perverted insensitive questions) then as the hipster generation would say: "hit me up"
Hey, I'm fun at least. Mighta lost a few marbles along the way, but still got a lot to work with....so by all means, join me on a never ending quest to laugh out loud at inappropriate times, refuse to think like brainwashed boring ass normal people and eat great food and have mind numbingly satisfying sex.
This personal ad will self-destruct in 10 seconds. You must respond within that time frame, or all is lost! Carpe Diem!
Btw...I'm not a 'comedian' all the time. I believe in creating sort of a sanctuary with my significant other. We never yell at each other or say things in anger that we might later regret. We touch each other lovingly, and often. We make time to please and pleasure one another and melt away stress in tender moments that bond us and inspire us to keep the good feelings we have together alive. Sure, we joke around and tease one another, but always within respectful limits. We value one another, and it reflects in how we treat one another.