Starting to think I should give up on dating. Maybe you can help.....
I was talking to a woman at a daytime Halloween event at a school. Not hitting on her, just being nice and she casually mentions her fiancé is across the room. Well, her fiancé is tattooed from neck to wrist with skulls, flames and other BS on both arms. On his knuckles he has the words PAIN and F**K . Oh bleep....that ain't no costume....he's wearing that 24/7. And, he is getting laid.
I haven't found the one and she was equally as happy as a damn clam on an ink table. Oy vey! Can you relate to wondering if the right one will EVER come along?
Humor however, is usually based on a shred of the truth. I'm pretty open about a lot of things but do feel comfortable saying that a woman who is just herself - without tattoos - is substantially more attractive to me than a woman with tattoos. Just my preference.....
OK, all better......resuming original profile:
I'm playful and goofy by nature. I think laughter is the most important attribute in a relationship. I'd like to think I'm a grown up kid with and endless desire for fun all enveloped in a responsible package. Most of my successful relationships (Have I had any?? What am I doing here??) have been based on common activities like golf, curling, scrabble, home renovation, biking, as well as country music and too many other interests to list.
I believe you have to dream and seek in order to find and have. I don't want to grow old wondering about what opportunity I may have missed.
It would be wonderful share that joy of companionship with someone. Nothing better than having someone you trust with your heart. I want a relationship where I could tell her anything and she'd be primarily be happy that I shared with her in the first place. Its all about intentions and less about the accidental results in my opinion. Some exceptions do apply.
Women are amazing if you let them be amazing. Men are the same way. I will never have an interest in a relationship where 1 + 1 only equals 2. The whole has to be greater than the sum of the parts - or so they say.