Eyes Hazel Hair Light brown Body Type Athletic and toned Marital Status Divorced
Smoke Never Drink Socially Activity Level Very active Have Kids No Want Kids Definitely Work Type Sales/Marketing Education Graduate degree Religion Atheist Ethnicity White / Caucasian
I'm Looking for
Women between the ages of 28 and 40
I'm Interested in
Dating, A long term relationship, Marriage
Cottage Get Away
Arts and Crafts
Beer, Wine and Spirits
Still able and willing to have a (another) child? Read on!
The biggest barrier to online dating is exemplified by the site who promises to find your 'ideal match on the basis of...': almost all of their successful couples look like siblings. After looking at tons of thumbnail photos, we start winnowing them down to the ones who look most like we fantasize "The One" will look like: the image in our mirrors. Online we trash 95% of the same people we'd give our phone numbers to if we met them at a wedding!
ME: I've worked all over the world and like to travel to places off the beaten track. I'm successful, driven, athletic. Girls tell me I'm decent "arm candy." I'm a hopeless romantic. People say I'm quite funny, write really well (Google: "Is Rex a Dog?" with the quotes) and come across younger than my years. I'm an enabler, a "listener," good with my hands, always busy/active. Girls who get as far as Date 2 always want a 3rd. ;-p
Solving the world's problems.
What I'm looking for
YOU: You recognize that humans are social animals who first assess potential mates VISUALLY, at a distance, then instinctually ("chemistry"), next by face-to-face behaviour and only LASTLY by character and personality traits. You 'get' that online dating attempts to do the opposite (see "The Dating Appeal Funnel" here: tinyurl.com/2993xax ). Compatibility comes down to seeing the other person walking toward you. You're also: slim, or curvy with a slim waist/ankles, under 40 yrs-old, above average IQ, appreciate an experienced man, willing to share a RECENT full-body pic and comfortable with your sensuality. People often tell you you're pretty and your friends don't describe you as 'tightly wound'.
SUBWAY DATE: Any woman mature enough to be discerning (vs. willing to take any guy who happens along with the assumption they'll change his nature to fit their own projection of what they want) needs time to observe a prospect across a room before flirting. 'Coffee Dates' thrust us into being face-to-face without the 'warm-up' at a distance and generate impossible expectations. If you want to meet we'll do so across a crowded subway platform, I'll be at one end, leaning against the wall wearing a brimmed hat and reading a newspaper. You'll be on the opposite side and you'll text me only if you're interested. If I am too, we'll meet face to face and I'll buy you a tension-reducing drink -- NOT a coffee. I look forward to you.
Un beso, Rex