Recently moved to South Beach from Toronto Canada for work and already loving every moment of it.
28 y/o young professional here just looking for that magic spark with someone. Simple down to earth, easy going guy who enjoys just taking it easy on the weekend after a long week of work or travel. Love to get outside on the weekend, explore my new area or take off for a weekend escape, even if just close by. Nights out are usually spent on a patio, dinners with friends or trying out new places but would be just as happy cuddled up inside watching a scary movie and ordering in with that special someone.
Working in a travel related industry, I have definitely been bitten by the travel bug. Always up for exploring new cities or just relaxing on a beach with a well-deserved drink in hand.
I guess the best way to describe the ideal man I am looking for would be a mix of country and city. Someone who has a good head on their shoulders, is ambitious with their goals in life, someone who has a sense of adventure, but also can be low key, take it easy and just enjoy life as it comes. I’m looking for that relaxed weekend style guy but also someone who is able to dress it up and come to work events with me from time to time. Honesty and truthfulness is a MUST- just be you! A lot of people warned me about 'Miami Guys' but I am sure their are some great ones out there. Everyone will embellish here and there a little, its natural but the best way to start anything meaningful is by just being you!
I will say that I am looking for someone more on the "masculine" side, but not mr.macho. I apologize in advance if that offends anyone as I know it can be a contentious term on here but it is what it is. If that offends you then it is probably a sign we won’t get along anyways.
Feel free to say hello (but please do say more than just that) if you think we may get along. Don’t be shy- I don’t bite ;)
**If you are an avid user of Grindr, ManHunt, DudesNude, etc please dont waste your time messaging me. Also will have to say I am not in to the 'typical' gay scene. Their is so much more in life to see, do, and explore and I don’t think we should relegate ourselves to certain stereotypes or areas. LTR minded.