I am pretty dorky, but I am probably one of the coolest dorks that I know. Or maybe I just hang out with cool dorky people. One thing that I have said, and I'll say it again, I am sure, is that I am a socially adjusted dork... or something like that.
I get along with most every one, it takes a lot to offend me, and I handle myself pretty well when I am offended. I like to play games (video games, board games, or other), I like to have deep and interesting discussions, I like to get together with friends and drink, and on occasion you might find me at a bar with a group of people that I just met having a good ol' time!
I am looking for something real, I want to meet, and date people, the only problem is that I have been single for so long that I kinda forgot what being with someone is all about... you know? Then again, isn't meeting people and learning those skills what dating is all about.
I also get very discouraged by dating websites, as I can find, what I feel, is a really great match, message them, and rate them but never get messaged back. Where if I met someone in real life I feel that I would hit it off with them a lot better, as you can gain a lot from human interaction; did you know that 90% of communication is nonverbal? While reading text I am sure that you can get a general feel for the person, but not for the individual, added to which, 75% of what every person writes in these essays are the same.
The thing is that I have officially lost hope in dating websites. As I write this I have written so many messages to women, with whom I am matched well, and have received virtually nothing in return. So... what does it take? I mean, on one hand, to think that you aren't going to find a good person on a dating website is setting yourself up for defete, wouldn't you agree. If you feel in the aforementioned way, than you wouldn't give a good person a chance. It would become a vicious cycle, as I am sure that your logical analytic mind has already made it to that conclusion.