Look, dating sites are like salad, know what I mean? No? I mean that they show random appetizers of people (aka profiles) but you don't really get to the "meat" of who they are until the first date. So that would make the first date the main course! That would be where you get to know each other and ask all of the, aforementioned, "meaty" questions. So if things go well during the main course and you like your partners "meat" ( that totally is not what I meant) you can either have seconds (second date), or if you are really feeling them, jump right to dessert!
Hmmm... So I guess you didn't learn to much more about me after all of that huh? Sorry about that. Well I hope I made you smile or even laugh a little... And actually that describes me pretty well! I can't promise that every day with me is going to be sunshine and roses, but I do try to make the people I care about smile every day. No one on this level is perfect and we are all just trying to do the best that we can. So that being said, drop me a line if you want to toss my salad and try my meat!.. Wait! That's not what I meant!
Still not enough info? Okay so here are the top 5 questions I usually get asked:
1. (Always the first question) Do you have any kids?
A: Nope. No kids.
2. (Follow up question is usually) Why?
A: I never thought that I've been mature enough to be responsible for another life. And I've never met anyone who I would want to procreate with. But I'm 36 now so I think I'm ready.
3. (For some reason I get asked this a lot...) Do I smoke?
A: No I don't smoke cigarettes and I'm not 420 friendly. It gives me a migraine.
4. When was my last relationship?
A: My last real relationship ended about 5 years ago and it lasted for about 4 years. We were pretty serious but she joined the military and that put a strain on both of us.
5. (Follow up question is usually) 5 years ago? You haven't been in a relationship since then?
A: I've dated and met some interesting people but that's been about it. I don't mind being alone, but its a double edged sword. I love my freedom and solace at times but on the flip side it can get lonely and I definitely miss being in the presence of a woman.