I'm pretty awful at responding to messages on here. A combination of interesting intro message, match percentage, physical attraction, and my personal schedule will/will not garner you a response. I'm not conceited and it's not personal, I just prefer to not waste each other's time.
NCSU grad doing a crappy job of being an adult. Inspired by Tinder to give this a go again. (Because Tinder sucks, and as a true type-A I need a compatibility metric to judge your level of stupidity or ideally, lack thereof.)
I am extremely indecisive, yet I'm a planner. I'm deathly afraid of commitment, but I'm bad at doing casual. I know I'm an oxymoron; I can't really help you figure me out because I haven't really figured me out.
Heads up, I'm in an open relationship.
Polyamory (from Greek πολύ poly, "many, several", and Latin amor, "love") is the practice, desire, or acceptance of having more than one intimate relationship at a time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. Polyamory, often abbreviated as poly, is often described as "consensual, ethical, and responsible non-monogamy."
I guess I have to give them props for trying? Not the best first impressions. Before you send me the all-too-common "oh my gosh, did people actually send you those?" message, the answer is yes.
"I would love to help you move on with your life, one orgasm at a time."
"I wanna do bad things to you."
"U r very good looking. U like new foods."
"ok obvious: your good looking / surprise: i like girls feet"
"I'm actually looking for a a sugar daddy type thing."
"$$ I am a lot of fun and I can be quite generous $$ even it it is no strings? $$"
"Not a state fan but I will still bone you. What night is good for you?"
"I think your [sic] hot as hell i want to steal from any guy ur talking to"
"I bet that pussy is so tight"
"I like smart girl. They are awesome"
"I would battle a pack of wild mountain lions inside of a handicapped stall at a local Taco Bell with my hands zip-tied behind my back and a shake weight super-glued to my forehead as my only weapon just to get a chance to share a freshly baked pizza with you over Skype with a dial up connection."
Also, I hate pet names. This is inclusive of "hey, girl" and "hey, beautiful". I'm not trying to come off as a bitch, I just literally shudder when I'm referred to as something other than my name (which is Rachel, by the way). I realize you're just trying to be nice, but it's degrading my entity to the sum of my physical components and I really am not a fan of that.