I love it when I stumble upon witty answers to the survey questions: this one is awesome (regarding a fitness obsession): “I had a partner who was fit and obsessed. The thing we had most in common was that we both loved him very much.”
From my POF profile:
Seeking a thin, skinny, fit or 'athletic' woman who loves to dance, tends to have a romantic view of life in the sense of Kismet but also thinks logically and communicates readily without hidden meaning, isn't looking for perfection or setting unattainable standards now that she's rid of previous entanglements, and can synthesize compatibility out of chaos.
In my past life I have lived for the dance and would like to once again; I appreciate the nautical vibe in the Twin Ports but am not a nature freak or snow lover and think that a great outdoor activity would be to throw a 1920s night dance in Leif Erickson Park (Duluth).
My other passion is science and engineering and have a lot of myself invested in developing novel solutions to problems in electronics, radio, information technology and at a certain level, space flight. I am proficient in coding in a number of languages and also skilled in hardware design, systems integration, network engineering, etc.; if you need a hand in any of these areas (or washing dishes, herding critters, etc) I'm your guy.
Finding a companion who enjoys exploring the wonders of advancing knowledge, being physically close, intimate in sharing feelings and desires, and who is a bit out there on the edges of the bell curve in any number of ways is my quest. She is someone who has little regard for conventional metrics of male attractiveness and perhaps has always been attracted to someone much like herself and been put off by male aggressiveness and boorishness. I am strongly attracted to linear/angular body types; if you have hairy arms or hair anywhere else (legs, etc.) that is a big plus as well.
I am partnerless due to years of dealing with tough family health and financial issues; I am at this point free to be 100 percent devoted to making a go of a partnership with another. ...and I thank you for reading this far.
He's got what I need, I'll say he has.
When the world goes wrong
And I got the blues,
He's the man who make me get out
Both my dancing shoes!
The more I get, the more I want it seems,
I page old Doctor Jazz in all my dreams.
When I'm trouble bound and mixed,
He's the guy that gets me fixed
Hello Central, give me Doctor Jazz.
What is that?
-- Is my hamster.
-- Si si
No, what the?! it's a rat!... it's a rat!
-- No no, is hamster.
Well of course it's a rat! You do have rats in Spain don't you
or did Franco have them all shot?!
There’s no point in acting all surprised about it. All the planning charts and demolition orders have been on display at your local planning department in Alpha Centauri for fifty of your Earth years so you’ve had plenty of time to lodge any formal complaints and its far too late to start making a fuss about it now.
What do you mean you’ve never been to Alpha Centauri? Oh for heaven sake it’s only four light years away you know! I’m sorry but if you can’t be bothered to take an interest in local affairs that’s your own regard.
Five hundred and seventy three committee meetings and you haven't even discovered fire yet!
You're all going to die out; you know that, don't you?
DITZY MARKETING MAVEN:
You are obviously being totally naive about that. Look, when...when you've been in...in marketing as long as I have you know that before any new product can be developed, it...it...it has to be properly researched. I mean we've...we've gotta find out what people want from fire; you know how they relate to it, image, ...
Stick it up your nose!
DITZY MARKETING MAVEN:
Which is precisely the kind of thing we need to know! I mean, do people want fire that can be fitted nasally?
on a more romance-oriented note...
"The Cage" Revised: Oct. 6, 1964
(Enterprise captain is "Robert April")
Don't you understand? They didn't know anything about
male specimens. They just had ME, so they read my
thoughts, my feelings...my dreams of what would be
a perfect man. That's you. I can't help but love you!
And they expect you to feel the same way.
1920's hot jazz
Dancing - lindy
Dancing - latin hustle
--let's go for seven - dig jazz fusion (list of artists my follow)
(with gratitude to eric idle, john cleese, the late graham chapman, michael palin, terry gilliam, & co)
gahhhnn off (gone off)