Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I spent years pretending to be happy alone (before coming out). But
I finally sorted that all out and realized what I'm missing in my
life. Don't get me wrong, I'm a happy, optimistic, down-to-earth,
and fun-loving sort of guy. Though I am a serious guy, I try not to
take things too seriously all the time. I do enjoy being goofball
at times, and can be a little dorky. I can feel socially awkward at
times, but manage to hide it pretty well. Overall though I tend to
be the life of the party once I get comfortable. So I’m looking for
my other half, a best-friend, and someone to come home to. I'm
looking for someone who, like me, is honest, loyal, caring,
trustworthy, romantic, and maybe little spontaneous. Someone that
likes adventure, but who can also be just as happy to staying in
and cuddling. Maybe watching a movie, or listening to a
thunderstorm, or just looking up at the stars. That’s not asking
too much, is it? I know I sound like a hopeless romantic. Maybe I
am. I love the quote, "you get the love you think you deserve" and
I think I deserve some good love. That's what this is all about,
finding the right guy to share my life with, and experiencing
another level of happiness. I have a lot to offer and even more
than that..I am a sensitive guy with a heart almost as big as my
funny bone. It says a lot to me when a guy wants to try a
relationship and is wanting to work at it. I am very serious about
that. What else do I say about me that isn't too much and isn't too
little...geeze...I is smart, I is kind, I is special! Kidding
aside, here are some traits
*I enjoy humor but serious discussions almost as much.
*I believe love does exist for us gay guys: the sky doesn't have to
be the limit anymore.
*A hug says more to me than a 1000 words.
*I like a good kisser, I also like a guy with a caring heart behind
his masculine exterior.
*Humor & Honesty is key--everything else pales in
*I AM looking for love, not buds.
*Unresolved rage on an ex situation, suffocation, or a wandering
penis is your ticket out the door (I don't like putting negatives
in here but I've run into this a lot over the years).
*Similarities are the lemon-aide of life and differences are the
spice of life: I enjoy both equally.