who is Honest, fun, genuine, spontaneous guy, who practices happiness on a daily basis. I know what I want in life and I am ready to rock and roll. And yes... I can cook!!!
By appearance, I am easy on the eyes, and have been previously accused of being hunky, with nice shoulders and a cute butt you are welcome to judge for yourself
I have been also told that I look like Dustin Hoffman or an early Eric Clapton.
Given the choice of the two would prefer Dustin Hoffman, I don't see myself running around wailing LAYLA!!!!!!
Borne of two NYC school teachers one who taught English and the other Industrial arts, I come with additional skill, like writing correctly and using wood working tools.
I would like to meet someone who is a SWF 5' - 5'7", (Jewish, green eyes, and darker hair: a plus). With or working on a bachelors or better in anything, and a triple "H" rating. She might even be physically active and / or technical and not afraid to use tools (or at take a gander at learning). Mostly, she should be SINGLE, Healthy, Happy and Humorous. The traits I find visually attractive are eyes and smile, followed closely by curves. (Hey! I'm a guy, I cant help it!) :D. Personality-wise: High Energy, not amazingly compulsive, should be able to express emotion easily. An additional quality would be to start a conversation by simply saying hello or some varient
In the interim............
I am delighted to consider dating anyone who has:
can push the send button
The rest, as usual, is up to god, good hygiene, and common values.
But wait.....There's more!,
Currently, I would be really nice to go on a simple date. It would be cool to go out and have FUN. Regardless of relationship possibilities. I think dating just to meet different people and do different things would be really nice. No strings attached, daling [but of course]. Coffee anyplace is good, dinner at Yama's is better. A movie at our mutual discretion and convenience is wonderful. Why even a museum..... yeah that's the ticket. Why I founded a museum, yeah the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1930.. 1850... 1492 yeah that's the ticket!