ok - i have to ask.......why do so many profiles need to say that you're not looking for drama. i mean seriously - do you honestly know people who are??? seems a bit apparent from the outset - no?
for those of you who feel the need to state that you don't or won't date outside of your race, which race do you identify with, bigotry or idiocy?
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i've been in raleigh for 13 years and i love it here. i'm originally from nj. wisecracks better be original. ;)
i love what i do, have great friends and really enjoy hanging out at home just as much as a spontaneous trip or walk around the lake (well maybe not around jordan lake). i have eclectic tastes in most things - including hobbies, how i like to spend my leisure time and foods. i also love to travel, learn about new cultures/ideologies and i believe that chemistry, trust and true friendship are critical to relationship success.
i wouldn't mind sharing some time with a great guy. you should be intelligent, educated, employed, articulate, easy-going, attractive, sane (please note: that does NOT say insane) able to be emotionally available - as well as emotionally stable (for the most part), creative, able to enjoy the lighter side of life, able to laugh, have a good sense of humor with a healthy amount of sarcasm thrown in, you can spur conversations on a variety of subjects (but understand that certain topics like politics and religion can be fragile), be more spiritual than religious, you love to experience lots of new things or introduce me to the things you enjoy, you prefer nasdaq over nascar and you’re erotically charged and sensually wired. is that too much to ask for?
chemistry is really important to me - and we all know when it's there or not.
oh - just one last thing - if you've described yourself as - or believe yourself to be - "just an average guy," my initial hunch is that we're not compatible. some women may be looking for mediocrity - i am not.
enjoy Your day........