The various cities each have their charms. Who wouldn't want to be exploring one of the 160 tiny 8 person bars in ゴールデン街 in 新宿, Tokyo or eating the latest gourmet creations at some new chic restaurant in NYC or drinking the latest hipster coffee in SF before checking out the Fake Jesus Contest?
At the same time I've also always wanted to live in suburbia. I grew up in an awesome 3bd house with a large somewhat soundproof family room on the opposite side of the house from my parents. That meant my sister and I could have slumber parties, stay up all night and not bug anyone. Having exclusively lived in apartments since I left the nest I've longed to have the luxury house living of being able to play Dance Dance Revolution or Rockband or Just Dance or just watch a movie with the sound up, have a dog and a pool and a workshop and whatever else. The house I grew up in was the house everyone hung out at. I'd like to do that again.
I'm not looking for a "classy" woman, I'm looking for a fun one. Sure I can dress up, see pictures, and I hope you can too, but I do that because it's fun, not to be "classy". If you think you're part dork you're probably well on your way to winning my heart. You don't have to wear glasses but I'm telling you glasses are super sexy. Add 2 points if you've got some.
PS: A little advice. I'm not saying my profile is any good and maybe someday I'll take a creative writing class and hopefully make that perfect profile. What I can say though is that writing the same things as everyone else will not help you meet the person of your dreams. Many people write "love to travel", "Love to try new foods". "Can be in a dress or jeans", "Living life to the fullest", "Love to workout", "Looking for my partner in crime". I'm sure there's 10 or 20 more that are in pretty much 29 out of 30 profiles I've seen. I've put those same things in my profile in the past.
The fact that they're in so many profiles means they really have no meaning. They won't help you stick out from everyone else. You want someone to notice you're special or different or give them some reason to pick you than just your picture but if your profile has the same stuff as everyone else's the picture is the only thing that's different.
So, check your clichés, remove them, and tell me something you. Maybe copy a diary entry or put your thoughts up. Anything but more cliché. Not only will it make you stick out it will also give your potential dates something more to work with when they're trying to get your attention