I grew up with a relatively stable home life, not too much in the way of drug/alcohol abuse by my family, even though we didn't always have the "latest and greatest." So, I'm not a stranger to doing without, but I don't exactly prefer it that way either.
I met my wonderful wife when we were in 1st grade, where we became best friends instantly. In 3rd grade, she moved to Mississippi, just after she told me she loved me. In my third grade mind, I didn't fully grasp what she meant until she was already gone. We reunited in 6th grade as friends, and began dating in high school our freshman year. We had our share of troubles, a few off and on breakups, but ultimately, we made it through alright, and married while I was serving. When I left the military, we struggled to make ends meet while living under the almost unbearable tyranny of her father and step-mother, who criticized and cut us down at every turn. After a year of that mess, we moved to her mother and soon to be step-father's house, where we finally managed to gain some ground in the way of finances and marital stability, and eventually moved out on our own, and have been living in our apartment for almost a year. A month into our lease, I met a co-worker who was my platonic soul mate, and we hit it off instantly. Soon, it came to light that he was having issues at home, and was going to be out on his own. We offered to take him in, and he had been living with us until recently in October, when he finally got back on his feet and obtained his own apartment by way of divine providence.
I am polyamorous, hence the username, look it up, not looking strictly for sex (i.e. one night stand or casual on the side) but would love to get to know beautiful (inside and/or out), intelligent, funny, happy, spontaneous, balanced women as friends or better in the long term if it gets that far. My wife and I are both heterosexual, and seek heterosexual, or bisexual potential partners to welcome into our lifestyle.
As to my answered questions, just because we don't have a high match or friend percentage, it doesn't mean we aren't compatible. I explain A LOT of my answers, because I feel as if I can't really say one way or the other because a lot of the questions aren't black and white. So, before you just go and say "Oh, we don't match," go check out WHY I answered the way I did. You might be surprised/amused/in agreement with my explanation.