I'm honest, real, and not your typical guy. I'm understanding; (let's talk about it), creative, open minded, down to earth; (real), good-hearted; (not a player), ambitious, spontaneous; (grab your jacket, we're going out!), romantic, compassionate and passionate guy with an off-beat sense of humor, interested in getting to know a SPECIAL woman with similar attributes... preferably someone who LOVES to kiss. ;)
Maybe I sound rather serious in my profile? That's because I am serious... about meeting someone special... and since I'm hilarious (really?!), it would be great if you had a sense of humor as well. (Did I mention how awesomely modest I am?) Ha!
I'm a Boston boy... where we keep reality in check! ;) I'm selective because I value relationships as I believe we all should. After all, what's more important than having an ultimate connection where we can progress together? I don't expect this to be easy... but what great things in life are?
I've come to understand one important factor when it comes to a relationship that truly works. A person wants to be with another person that makes them feel good about THEMSELVES. In other words, I make "her" feel good about HER and "she" makes me feel good about ME. I believe it's the essence of true compatibility.
My friends tell me I'm too picky... about everything and everyone. I tell them not to flatter themselves! :D
We don't have to have the same exact interests either as long as we respect and appreciate each others passions. Differences between well-matched people creates captivating experiences.
You know it's practically impossible to get a REAL idea of anyone here online but one way to put it is that I consider myself a... "at the end of the day, what matters" type of guy.
Give me the chance to offer you the ATTENTION YOU deserve... finally.
I look forward to knowing YOU... ;)
The key words are not 'private' or 'admit'. It's the words 'most' and 'willing'.
Most people respond by saying something along these lines... "If it's private, then I won't admit it." Instead of stating something private but not TOO private to admit.