I also have a myspace profile, not for dating though. I had to sign up to check something out once. my space dot com/tripartdan
“As soon as public service ceases to be the chief business of the citizens, and they would rather serve with their money than with their persons, the State is not far from its fall”
I think this is mine. Damn, Kelly is ugly. She was ugly in high school, too.
Mostly pics of the ZG and me. Guess that's what turns the women off from me.
There are some hot babes in the extended network.
I just deleted the 21-year old whore that asked me this afternoon. Dan, when did you add me?? That's funny. I don't care who you are.
EDIT: My ears are burning, "Knock if off, Bubba."
Last edited by Richmond Jake; 15 Jan 2007 at 5:56 PM. Reason: burning ears
"As the psychologist John Bradshaw says, "Trace it, face it, erase it!" Intelligence is important. You don't need an advanced degree but there needs to be an interest in politics, art, current events...something! I am an animal lover. I don't understand people who don't like animals. What's not to like about unconditional love? Animal and child related charities are an interest. My heroes are people who champion the innocent, small and defenseless in the world. I want to be with someone who is secure in themselves and don't need the attention and adoration of many. No players please! Quality-not quantity is what I'm looking for. I guess that's why my social circle is small. But I'm working on expanding it! The truth is, I'm okay with my own company. However, I don't believe we were put here to be alone. That's why I'm here -to make new friends and hopefully find that special someone. Good luck in your search and God bless! P.S. At the risk of sounding shallow, excessive body hair is a turn-off. You must be willing to wax, shave or laser. No, I'm not kidding. Also, I'm attracted to thin men who stay in shape. No exceptions. I work hard to keep slender and fit and I expect the same in return. Call me picky but I don't care. It's what I like."
hmmm anyone who begins by quoting a psychologist, and ends up declaring how demanding she is would not be a dream date by a long shot. She sounds like someone who spends her time looking for faults in others and proving them through psycho-babble.
I always check out the personals in the local free weekly newspaper, mostly for a laugh, epsecially the ones under other. the one that typically stands out is someone with an STD that states it in their ad, seeking same. Guess because it is in the newspaper, and there is no picture they are safe from being identified on the street.
Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....
Here's a woman that write to me not too long ago. Not a terrible profile, but I'm wondering how she thought we had anything in common. Some excerpts (bolding mine):
I love to laugh, have a great sense of humor. I am social and energized by being with people. I love God and try to live my life being kind and compassionate to all people. I work hard to not be judgmental and to not hold people's mistakes and pasts against them. My perfect match would be a man that is not intimidated by a strong, intelligent woman. A man who is ok with being an equal with his soulmate. Someone who accepts and appreciates the differences in one another. Someone who enjoys laughter, yet can be serious when needed to be. A man who is not afraid to show his genuine emotions. He must have a relationship with God.
I love the Lord. He is the most important thing in my life. I believe that God is loving, merciful, forgiving and requires the same of us. He loves people exactly where they are.
I really like pasta and i really like steak. My favorite color has always been blue, although it is not one of the colors i look best in. When it is raining outside i like to sit on a porch swing and watch. I love shopping at Walmart.
I enjoy Beth Moore books and Francine Rivers books. Honestly though, i do not read a lot. It kind of bores me.
Kind of generic, with liberal TMC (Too Many Cliches) and TMJ (Too Much Jesus), and props to Wal-Mart. She may be a nice, sweet woman, but what did she see in a Jewish guy who lived 50 miles away? Here's an excerpt from my profile:
I converted to Judaism, and attend a Reform temple. I'm not overly religious. I'm open to meeting those of any faith, or none, but I don't want to be "saved." If you're very evangelical, or think I'm going to burn in Hell, we won't be a good match.
Hey, this could be fun, what would Cyburbians put in a personals ad?
Eager-to-please woman, 36, seeks domineering man to take advantage of her flagging confidence. Tell me I'm pretty, then watch me cling.I like my women the way I like my kebab. Found by surprise after a drunken night out, and covered in too much tahini. Before long I'll have discarded you on the pavement of life, but until then you're the perfect complement to a perfect evening. Man, 32. Rarely produces winning metaphors.More examples are available at NPR and Simon & Schuster.They call me Naughty Lola. Run of the mill beardy physicist -- male, 46.
Anyone else think the dude from eHarmony is wayyyyyyyyyyyy creepy?
C'mon and get me you twist of fate
I'm standing right here Mr. Destiny
If you want to talk well then I'll relate
If you don't so what cause you don't scare me
Single male, age 50, two sons (the youngest, a teenager who lives with his mother). Must enjoy Major League Baseball (preferably the San Francisco Giants), the NFL (49ers), travel, poolside Margaritas, BBQed steaks, soaking in a hot tub with a glass (or two) of red wine, cooking together, and the Sunday paper followed by eggs benedict with sparkling wine.
I am trying to write a good profile to try the online dating thing again. This time I am going to leave all of the small stuff for later. I read on a website last night to try and write your profile the way you would talk to someone on a first date. Any thoughts?
Trying to get my grubby hands on as much stimulus money as I can.:D