I'm also very forthright as you'll conclude if you read further. IMAO, charm generates attraction but honesty builds relationships. I feel that lying is an act of theft. What's the difference between stealing someone's property or their trust? In that vein, I'll add that "age and body style" in my bio are not exaggerated for marketing purposes. And no "Rather not say's" or "Tell you later's." Also volunteer that I'm not "good friends with an ex" anybody. I burn my bridges. You can't put sour milk back in the refrigerator. Still have a really great life & hope to eventually share it with someone new and interesting.
Reading profiles any more is like listening to a broken record. So I won't reprise all the usual overworked, self-promoting phrases, you know "My friends tell me I'm fun...etc." I guess the most I'm comfortable saying is that I still have most of my own teeth and hair. Easier to describe what I DON'T have: I have ZERO baggage, no kids, ex-spouses, ailing, clingy or otherwise living relatives, hidden agendas, fantasies, emotional hang-ups, smoking, drinking, gambling or drug habits, body art, tattoos, piercings, hair plugs, frown wrinkles, turkey neck, puckered lips, stretch marks, legal or financial liabilities, preoccupation with social image, obsessive attachment to an animal, symptoms of male menopause or any serious medical problems. And I don't snore! (:-D
I'm hoping to find another easygoing low-key personality. I'm not a loner but frequently do things by myself. For that reason, I'm not home a lot, so please be patient if I don't respond to your e-mail right away. BTW, I'm also not sensitive to criticism because I never learned to type, so kindly excuse errors in this bio. In high school, girls took typing and boys took shop. I would've been embarrassed to be the only guy in an all-female class. Of course I realized later that would've actually been a GOOD thing. Duh!