Err, uh, hmm. Well, I think I am kind, caring, passionate, compassionate, somewhat articulate (I can speak quite well most of the time with very few incoherent mumblings), and maybe slightly intelligent (nothing major in my opinion, especially since Mensa told me my IQ wasn't high enough for them). I'm reliable, dependable (no really I am), supportive, and can be a great friend. I tend not to be judgmental towards people, mainly because of my environmental upbringing, but also because of some rich experiences I have had over the years that embedded within me the importance of never judging the content of a book until you have at least read the first few pages. I've been told I'm handsome, but I won't really believe it until the woman who tells me that is fully sober (little joke there). I'm 45, 6'0", and about 195 lbs (although at some point I plan on getting my 21 year-old body back that weighed 180 - hmmm where did it go?). I'm fairly career oriented, but have learned not to become obsessed with my career and get the tunnel vision of a workaholic and miss the things in life that were meant to be enjoyed before I return to the essence. I strive to attain the highest level of achievement in all things I do, and am still working towards achieving a few goals I set for myself, but I am still fairly laid back about most things. I definitely know where I want to be in life at the end of the road, so I am doing what I feel I must to end up there, but I would also like to have someone special beside me to share the journey with.
I've never been too enthused with the prospect of meeting a woman in a club (although you can occasionally find me surveying the local nightlife at the clubs or checking out local bands), but I haven't succeeded with bumping my cart into a woman at the supermarket and striking up a conversation about Emeril recipes either (BAM!), so I thought I would give this a try and see where it leads. Being laid back and not taking the small stuff too seriously is a must. I realize no one is perfect, but I am somewhat looking for a woman with no major mental or emotional problems, and who values and can appreciate honesty and commitment. Physical attraction is important, as well as personality, so I am looking for a beautiful woman (inside and out) for friendship, dating, and hopefully more somewhere down the road. Other than that, I guess I would settle for a woman who is intelligent, attractive, caring, kind, a good cook (but I can (and often do) set things on fire in the kitchen as well), and has a good sense of humor. Anything beyond that will be considered an extra spoonful of icing on the cake. I look forward to hearing from you if you resemble the person I have described.
Don't take yourself, or life so seriously. None of us are making it out of here alive. Enjoy what little time you have here.
Life is not a dress rehearsal...this is the actual show that started on day one and doesn't end until your casket drops. The curtain for the show went up on the day you were born. Either go hard on stage, or be content to be an audience member staring up in awe at someone that is on stage putting everything they have into their performance. The best thing you can possibly do with your life is live it.
There is a time and place for everything. I'm quite serious about a variety of things, but I've decided to take a more light-hearted approach to this profile, instead of trying to extol my virtues in the hopes of attracting a woman with compatible qualities. If it's meant to be, we'll find each other.
This is Food for Thought...you do the dishes.
"The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers; wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints. We spend more, but have less; we buy more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses and smaller families; more conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees but less sense; more knowledge, but less judgment; more experts, yet more problems; more medicine, but less wellness.
We've learned how to make a living, but not a life. We've added years to life, not life to years. We've been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet a new neighbor. We've done larger things, but not better things. We've cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul. We've conquered the atom, but not our prejudice. We write more, but learn less. We plan more, but accomplish less.
We've learned to rush, but not to wait. We build more computers to hold more information, but we communicate less and less. These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion, big men and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships. These are the days of two incomes but more divorce, fancier houses, but broken homes. It is a time when there is much in the showroom window and nothing in the stockroom."
-"Paradox of our Time" essay written by Dr. Bob Moorehead, former pastor of Seattle's Overlake Christian Church.
Just as there is no beginning or ending to a circle.....there is no beginning or ending to the possibilities for you to spread light in a dark world.
Please allow me to slip into something a little more comfortable.
Something like, your mind.
Thought processes excite me.
I'm stimulated by your kind.
Deep and wet with the waters of critical thinking,
flowing like the rivers of time.
Can I gently caress your intellect,
with concepts that I have created with mine?
As I undress your thoughts with my eyes,
I know what you want because imagination never lies.
The truth is all in your head,
I know, because so am I.
It's better that way, wetter that way,
because creative juices never stop flowing.
Also, knowing what I wanted,
you gave me a piece...of your information.
You seem nervous, must be your first time...sharing your mind.
Don't worry, it wont hurt...but you might get addicted.
Because once you get the feeling its hard to stop.
No longer being restricted...
by physical limitations,
having inclinations to,
do it every time I see you.
Not in public though...someone might see.
But they still wouldn't know,
how I softly licked your gray matter
as we rolled around your brain's master bedroom
trying not to knock anything over.
I know its never felt like this.
Nobody's ever been this deep.
You feel exhausted and we didn't even kiss,
feeling as though you were asleep.
But it wasn't a dream,
as I slowly thrust my swollen creativity,
deep inside your imagination rhythmically,
until our thoughts exploded simultaneously
and we had engaged in mental intercourse."
-Author: Armanthia Duncan
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I am guessing women get tired of people noticing their magnificent bewbs first, since those are usually the part of their body that protrudes the farthest forward, and will therefore be the first things people reach when walking towards them. I think God deserves a round of applause for designing that so well.
Movies...hmm...does porn count as movies?
But aside from the basic essentials required to maintain life, let's say that I absolutely could never do without:
1. (This space reserved for the girl that I will one day say I could never do without).
3. The secret decoder ring I found in a box of cracker-jacks when I was 6 years old.
4. Macaroni and cheese.
5. Chick-O sticks
6. Cool boots (hey, women like high-heels...guys dig cool boots)