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Kelsey
22-07-2004, 06:01 AM
So my boyfriend and I are officially broken up. We broke up last Wednesday, but since it's now been an entire week, I'm assuming we're completely, officially, 100% done. Anyways, after 7 days, calling and hanging up, tears, a little too much alcohol, and all the drama, I have finally come to the for-sure conclusion that he was all wrong for me. Well, obviously. Cue Haz saying 'I told you so'....

Anyways.

Which brings me to my question. What do you look for in a potential boyfriend/girlfriend. Physically and mentally. And, should you decide to share more, please tell us about your significant other and whether or not they meet all of your initial expectations. I'm always curious to see who is attracted to whom, and in what way.

Pinkfairy
22-07-2004, 06:36 AM
Sorry to hear the sad news.
My boyfriend and I have been on and off for the last year. I've learned that there are several aspects that are important in a relationship. I'm still debating whether love is enough.
Compatibility is obviously important, as well as trust. I realized that after he cheated on me, it's been hard for me to trust him. That's a really bad sign. I do know he's sorry, but I don't know if he'd do it again so we're working on that. Now he and I have really good chemistry. I'm figuring stuff out myself, so I guess he and I are off. I did learn something: guys love their space.
basically, I just look for someone who I can have fun with, good chemistry, and who I cannot stay mad with for more than 24 hours.

Ashlyn
22-07-2004, 07:00 AM
hope you're doing okay :)
i think an interesting personality and a sense of humour are very important, i cant stand boring people or people who have nothing to talk about. someone you can have fun with and who you feel comfortable with all the time. and obviously a nice guy who is caring and all that.. as for looks, (i dont know what to say without sounding shallow) but looks are important to a certain degree - certainly not the most important thing though.
my boyfriend at the moment - well we're on and off, i dont know what's happening. he's a great guy and i really like him, but something doesnt feel right, i dont know what it is.. we have a strage relationship, i cant describe it. (this is making no sense)
i'd say he 'meets my expectations'.. he's everything i could want in a guy and i can see myself with him for a long time, we just need to sort some things out first.

ryan
22-07-2004, 11:48 AM
The traits, qualities, etc. of the ideal girlfriend, for me, are actually found in someone I've had the pleasure of talking to these past few days. She knows who she is. It's really kind of strange that someone out there has such similar interests and such as myself.

Anyway, to elaborate on this, there are quite a few qualities in a female that I seek out. They include:
a fun, energetic personality
sense of humor
physical attraction
lack of arrogance and/or being stuck up
open/communicative
intelligence
athletic ability
similar hobbies or interests
maturity
and, obviously, an interest in me is a plus :)

MeggieHoops
22-07-2004, 02:10 PM
The traits, qualities, etc. of the ideal girlfriend, for me, are actually found in someone I've had the pleasure of talking to these past few days. She knows who she is. It's really kind of strange that someone out there has such similar interests and such as myself.

Anyway, to elaborate on this, there are quite a few qualities in a female that I seek out. They include:
a fun, energetic personality
sense of humor
physical attraction
lack of arrogance and/or being stuck up
open/communicative
intelligence
athletic ability
similar hobbies or interests
maturity
and, obviously, an interest in me is a plus :)

I have to say...Ryan has it all down. I agree with him completely on everything.

Coincidentally, I've been talking to someone new lately as well...and THEY have all of the qualities that I look for in the perfect guy.

hasselbrad
22-07-2004, 06:23 PM
...is preferable. That way I don't have to spend so much time breaking them down. I am pathetic, and I don't want some broad thinking she's better than me 'cause she's got her shit together. :icon_roll
Kidding.
That's what I do. I kid around a lot, and yes Freud, my self-deprecating humor is probably some sort of defense mechanism, but if you don't like it, you can just go back to thoughts of buggering your mother (that is directed at Freud) :icon_wink . I just know that I'm a lot happier now that I can laugh at myself than I was when I couldn't. Therefore, a sense of humor would probably be pretty high on the list. My ex-wife had a problem with me poking fun at myself (weight, college dropout, you name it) and this led to friction. Humor is very important, as is the ability to laugh at oneself.
This sense of humor usually takes care of the laid back, easygoing personality. I want to be with a woman who can be satisfied with where they are and what they are doing. That doesn't mean I want a couch potato, because Lord knows I need someone to get my lazy ass going. I just don't want some kind of type A personality for whom constant change and upheaval are neccessary.
I want a woman who's interested in some things that I'm interested in, say movies and music, for instance, but then also has interests of her own. Too many common interests can be smothering.
Oh yeah, a tall woman would be nice. I've always lusted after tall women. I'm 6' 5", and for some strange reason I've never had a long term relationship with a woman over 5' 6". My ex-wife was 5' 2". Hmm. :icon_conf

...OR...

I want a girl
With a mind like a diamond
I want a girl
Who knows what's best

I want a girl
With shoes that cut
And eyes that burn
Like cigarettes

I want a girl
With the right allocations
Who's fast and thorough
And sharp as a tack

She's playing with her jewelry
She's putting up her hair
She's touring the facility
And picking up slack

I want a girl with a short skirt and a lonnnng jacket......

I want a girl
Who gets up early
I want a girl
Who stays up late

I want a girl
With uninterupted prosperity
Who uses a machete
To cut through red tape

With fingernails
That shine like justice
And a voice that is dark
Like tinted glass

She is fast and thorough
And sharp as a tack
She's touring the facility
And picking up slack

I want a girl with a short skirt and a lonnnnng.... lonnng jacket

(Instrumental break)

I want a girl
With a smooth liquidation
I want a girl
With good dividends

And at the city bank
We will meet accidentally
We'll start to talk
When she borrows my pen

She wants a car
With a cupholder arm rest
She wants a car
That will get her there

She's changing her name
From Kitty to Karen
She's trading her MG
For a white Chrysler LeBaron

I want a girl with a short skirt and a lonnnnggggggggg jacket

acliff
22-07-2004, 07:19 PM
The traits, qualities, etc. of the ideal girlfriend, for me, are actually found in someone I've had the pleasure of talking to these past few days. She knows who she is. It's really kind of strange that someone out there has such similar interests and such as myself.

Anyway, to elaborate on this, there are quite a few qualities in a female that I seek out. They include:
a fun, energetic personality
sense of humor
physical attraction
lack of arrogance and/or being stuck up
open/communicative
intelligence
athletic ability
similar hobbies or interests
maturity
and, obviously, an interest in me is a plus :)

The problem with that list is, that is what absolutely everyone is looking for. Who wouldn't want all these qualities in their other half? Hopefully there is someone out there like that for me, it is a big world after all.

ryan
22-07-2004, 07:32 PM
The problem with that list is, that is what absolutely everyone is looking for. Who wouldn't want all these qualities in their other half? Hopefully there is someone out there like that for me, it is a big world after all.

Not completely Cliff. I know a lot of people who could care less if their signifigant other is intelligent, athletic, or funny. I however think very highly of those traits.

I'm convinced there's someone for everyone, no matter who the person is. I'm sure there's a Mrs. Cliff out there somewhere.

Flightfreak
22-07-2004, 09:57 PM
Not completely Cliff. I know a lot of people who could care less if their signifigant other is intelligent, athletic, or funny. I however think very highly of those traits.

I'm convinced there's someone for everyone, no matter who the person is. I'm sure there's a Mrs. Cliff out there somewhere.

I care, i am searching in a girl the same qualities like u do.
I'm also convinced there's someone for everyone. :icon_wink

Pinkfairy
22-07-2004, 10:13 PM
I believe in looking for someone who I'm compatible with, but I don't believe in soulmates.

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 12:59 AM
Cue Haz saying 'I told you so'....

I'm actually sorry to hear about it...and no, not even I'd be so cruel as to say "I told you so"...especially as I never did. My approach has always been to give advice but respect the other person enough as an adult to make up their own minds and make their own decision.

Anyway...can't really say what's attractive...hmm. Physically...nothing really stands out. I mean for me beauty is the amalgamation of lots of things, y'know what makes one person beautiful may not suit another person. Eyes are important, physically, as for me they're a window into the soul, when people are trying to hide their true feelings their eyes often give it away. But yeah, other than that, I love all women, tall, short, long hair, short hair any colouring...doesn't really matter much to me.

I'm much more of a personality person, and even there it's hard to put my finger on specifics. Assertiveness is a must, an ability to argue back at me is essential otherwise it'd just be too boring :p. In addition if they're to argue with me they have to be very opinionated, I wouldn't say arrogant but opinionated for sure, stubborn and also some similar interests over which to argue.

Otherwise...a kind heart, genuine nature and basically every other "nice" personality trait that I lack would be good too as it'd make up for my lack :D. Positivity to negate my negativity...and basically anything else that I'm not. But above all else it's not specifics but that unknown quantity...the thing that makes them...THEM...y'know? You fall for the person, not traits.

I've learned that there are several aspects that are important in a relationship. I'm still debating whether love is enough.
.

I'd say no, myself, relationship savant that I am, having had the grand total of zip relationships to date.

I believe in looking for someone who I'm compatible with, but I don't believe in soulmates.

I don't believe in soulmates either. There isn't someone out there for me, of that I'm convinced, but meh...what can you do, eh? :) I think when you do find someone, you have to work hard at it, overcome the obstacles that stand in the way and of course love one another...but no two people are just destined to be together...you gotta put something IN.

Kelsey
23-07-2004, 05:56 AM
Haz - I was giving you the opportunity to admit [for once] that you were right. And you didn't. I'm disappointed. :)

acliff
23-07-2004, 07:45 AM
Haz - I was giving you the opportunity to admit [for once] that you were right. And you didn't. I'm disappointed. :)

Giving him the benefit of your doubt, is rarely a sensible thing. The only benefits he gets are from the government, as his level of ugliness is considered a disability...

DragonRat
23-07-2004, 08:01 AM
Basically, I'm looking for someone that can make me feel good about myself around them. And everyday I am with that person, I am whole, I feel completed. And everyday that I am not with that person, I remind myself of those days that I were. I look for someone to inspire me to better myself as a person. Like a Muse that inspires me to write poetry, I want that certain someone to inspire me in life.

Kelsey
23-07-2004, 09:27 AM
To answer my own question (wierd, who would have thought...), I've been told I have high standards, but I don't think so. Physically, it varies. I have preferences of course, but I could like one thing on one person, and not like it on another person. Eyes and smile are most important to me. As for personality, it gets a little more complicated, though [of course] I'm not completely, 100% set on anything. Confidence is a huge deal for me. I want someone who is going to be confident and secure with himself [and me], but won't limit himself either; realistic, but capable of dreaming. And just as important, someone who will keep me grounded, yet doesn't kill my dreams and goals (no matter how unrealistic they happen to be). Someone who doesn't mind spending an evening at home - watching TV or a movie, ordering pizza or chinese; just hanging out - but would also be up for things like going camping for a weekend in Lake Tahoe or driving to Disneyland at the spur of the moment (that's also important....he can't think he's too good for Disneyland :)) Someone who understands me: like if a book or movie makes me cry (which is quite often), don't tease me about it, just understand, and if I'm pissed off, don't do stupid things to piss me off even more. Also, someone who goes out of their way to do the simple things that are really nice. I used to stay at my ex boyfriend's house a lot, and when we would leave for school on cold mornings, he would go out to the car first and turn the heater on. That's sweet. And someone who argues back. Don't just take it, argue with me! 1) It's sexy, and 2) I won't feel so bad afterwards. Anyways, that's part of my list, I think I could go on an on. In conclusion, someone who makes me happy, is comfortable with himself and with me, and doesn't have to put too much effort in to have a good time.

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 11:28 AM
Basically, I'm looking for someone that can make me feel good about myself around them. And everyday I am with that person, I am whole, I feel completed. And everyday that I am not with that person, I remind myself of those days that I were. I look for someone to inspire me to better myself as a person. Like a Muse that inspires me to write poetry, I want that certain someone to inspire me in life.

Yeah, feeling..."complete" is what I'm after too...hence I look for someone with whom I..."fit".

duckula
23-07-2004, 01:14 PM
I'm looking for an attractive girl I can tolerate for longer than 5 minutes.

KeirazBabe
23-07-2004, 04:21 PM
I'm looking for an attractive girl I can tolerate for longer than 5 minutes.
You sure you not looking for a girl that can tolerate you me dears? :p tee hee ;)

xXx

duckula
23-07-2004, 04:59 PM
You sure you not looking for a girl that can tolerate you me dears? :p tee hee ;)

xXx

That too. :)

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 09:33 PM
That too. :)

Oh well...Ducky's single for life then :)

KeirazBabe
23-07-2004, 09:43 PM
Oh well...Ducky's single for life then :)
Unless its eventually legalised to marry ones self.. although same sex couple im sure they can tolerate each other lol

xXx

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 10:44 PM
Unless its eventually legalised to marry ones self.. although same sex couple im sure they can tolerate each other lol

xXx

Yeah...well...Ducky can't be in favour of marrying himself and then deny gay marriages, can he? :p

Heck I'm not even sure Ducky could tolerate himself for that long :D

duckula
23-07-2004, 10:58 PM
You all seem very interested in me. However, before you get too excited I'd just like to point out I'm not attracted to men or little girls.

acliff
23-07-2004, 10:59 PM
You all seem very interested in me. However, before you get too excited I'd just like to point out I'm not attracted to men or little girls.

Soon he's going to tell us that he's part welsh....

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 10:59 PM
You all seem very interested in me. However, before you get too excited I'd just like to point out I'm not attracted to men or little girls.

Oh and we all know what they say about denial mate...

What with you being a fairy, methinks "the lady doth protest too much." is quite apt :)

duckula
23-07-2004, 11:01 PM
Umm, it's not a river in egypt?

Where did the fairy thing come from?

Hazzle
23-07-2004, 11:04 PM
Umm, it's not a river in egypt?

Oh if you really must lack the subtlety to have to point it out ;)

Where did the fairy thing come from?

You tell me...where'd the homophobia come from? Hiding something? :icon_bigg

duckula
23-07-2004, 11:07 PM
The homophobia came from a disgust of immoral behaviour. The link between homophobia and homosexuality is evidentially and intellectually spurious, much like most of what passes for debate that issues forth in the flood of Haz.

apoggy
23-07-2004, 11:08 PM
And this is going completely off topic.

haz, stop arguing for the sake of it

ducks, we know your not gay

the end

KeirazBabe
24-07-2004, 10:00 PM
The homophobia came from a disgust of immoral behaviour. The link between homophobia and homosexuality is evidentially and intellectually spurious, much like most of what passes for debate that issues forth in the flood of Haz.
I feel like im reading shakespeare upside down hehe :p

Hmm..what do i look for? personalit wise..HUMOUR..der lord yesch lol.. kindness..to be open minded..loving..accepting...

Looks wise..pretty tee hee.. LOVE stomachs.. ;)

xXx

qzx00
25-07-2004, 01:26 AM
I'm going to be the only honest guy here I guess. I look for the following in a potiential girlfriend;
Short (like between 5 ft and 5'5")
Small waist
Flat stomach
Nice hair (Brunette is probably my favorite)
I like girls with a simple, plain, and natural look with the above qualities, if she has all that, I can work with the rest.

Dyce_Blue
25-07-2004, 02:48 AM
I'm looking for whatever Keira looks like at that given time.

Hazzle
25-07-2004, 03:45 AM
A woman around whom I'm not paranoid or self-conscious, or less so anyway, and a woman who makes me want to dream, want to hope, and inspires in me the desire to be optimistic and try and change for the better every day.

Eurgh...when did I become so soppy? :icon_conf

Pygmalion
25-07-2004, 09:32 AM
Haz you forgot to say "Not gay"
Well I'm going to be honest:
I'm a bit judgemental when it comes to women, I SWEAR its contaigious

Hazzle
25-07-2004, 01:53 PM
Haz you forgot to say "Not gay"


I know my luck with women is pretty bad but I thought that was pretty much a given...falling for a lesbian would NOT be cool. :icon_cry:

Dyce_Blue
25-07-2004, 01:58 PM
I'm a bit judgemental when it comes to women, I SWEAR its contaigious

Kudos to Pyg for finally saying what everybody was thinking. I have fallen victim to this myself.[

keiracaleb
06-08-2004, 01:04 PM
In this exact order the guy has to
be funny
fun to be with
active
dress nice
loving
caring
smart
talented
intelligent
generous
faithful
have nice hair
nice eyes
good looking
have abit of money on him

so any guys like that pm me, it'd be nice to talk to a guy like that. (i'm asking for alot aren't i?)

Sarah
06-08-2004, 01:22 PM
In this exact order the guy has to
be funny,fun to be with,active,dress nice,loving,caring,smart,talented, intelligent,generous,faithful,have nice hair,nice eyes,good looking ,have abit of money on him


If you ever find that in one man... please let me know so I can steal him and lock him in my cellar.

Hazzle
06-08-2004, 01:31 PM
Loving...caring...faithful? In a MAN? You crazy woman? We don't waste our time with such womanly traits...or we'd be women.

keiracaleb
06-08-2004, 01:55 PM
ok let me refraise that then, likes to see me, cares about whether i'm ok and up for progressing with him and will call me and will not go fucking soem other chick 4 months into the realationship.

Hazzle
06-08-2004, 02:06 PM
Ahh...makes more sense now...yeah...still gonna be hard to find all those traits in one person y'know.

keiracaleb
06-08-2004, 02:15 PM
suppose, but i guess he's out there somewhere, otherwise i'm gonna have to bring down that list without becoming shallow!

holmes`
09-12-2004, 01:22 AM
hmm.. well first off hello to all, new user here...

i'm 16 and i've never had a girlfriend but i still have ideas for i guess what you would call the "perfect girl." this may sound shallow, but unless i already know the person, looks are important because i would think that if i were to approach a stranger to talk to, it wouldnt be because of their personality, because hell, i've never met them.

uhh, otherwise they have to be cool and down to earth because one thing i can't stand are girls that are literally idiots and think they are better than everyone (the "popular" girls), if htey like good music and are cool to be around, i can dig it..

Hazzle
09-12-2004, 01:34 AM
hmm.. well first off hello to all, new user here...

i'm 16 and i've never had a girlfriend but i still have ideas for i guess what you would call the "perfect girl." this may sound shallow, but unless i already know the person, looks are important because i would think that if i were to approach a stranger to talk to, it wouldnt be because of their personality, because hell, i've never met them.

uhh, otherwise they have to be cool and down to earth because one thing i can't stand are girls that are literally idiots and think they are better than everyone (the "popular" girls), if htey like good music and are cool to be around, i can dig it..

Dude that ain't shallow at all. It's different when you know someone already but if you don't, we all go on looks, that's just nature as you have nothing else. Sometimes you can get a clue to someone's personality, like a T-shirt with a band's name on it, so you know a common interest, or you meet at, for example, a Hitchcock retrospective so you fine a common interest...but other than that...it's hard to know personality before you talk to someone.

And yeah, I think all guys want a girl who's really down to earth. I know I do...in fact I tend to like a little insecurity, especially when it surprises me that they're insecure because it just makes them more amazing and alluring to me. Also makes me want to show them how fabulous they are.

The music and stuff...meh...it's nice to have some common tastes but too much can be boring as fuck.

ryan
09-12-2004, 03:17 AM
sanity and honesty is all that i ask

sanity and honesty!

MeggieHoops
09-12-2004, 07:56 PM
sanity and honesty is all that i ask

sanity and honesty!

Honesty? *Cough*

:icon_razz

I look for humor, intelligence, someone who takes care of their body, and yes, honesty. I don't think I really have a "type" though, so I don't look for anything more specific than that.

ryan
09-12-2004, 09:34 PM
Honesty? *Cough*

:icon_razz

I look for humor, intelligence, someone who takes care of their body, and yes, honesty. I don't think I really have a "type" though, so I don't look for anything more specific than that.

meghan, dear, we've been through this a thousand and one times.
if i was looking to date someon, i would know them for a period of quite a few weeks, not hours, and therefore trust them. they wouldn't be brand new to me.

Hazzle
09-12-2004, 09:45 PM
A woman around whom I'm not paranoid or self-conscious, or less so anyway, and a woman who makes me want to dream, want to hope, and inspires in me the desire to be optimistic and try and change for the better every day.

Eurgh...when did I become so soppy? :icon_conf

Surprisingly I found a girl who, most of the time, helps me stop being so paranoid and self-conscious, and at least inspires in me optimism and a desire to change, to hope, to dream again...arrr.

It's hard to trust someone new, that's always the case, but if you can't trust someone, I'd veer towards not telling them something that's too personal rather than lying about it. Everyone's allowed secrets but outright lying is hardly a great start to things, even as friends, let alone more. I tend to be pretty honest with most folk, too much so sometimes, but meh, what can you do? I let people know exactly what I think of them, as many of you will testify to.

Trust and honesty are essential if you want to get anywhere, and you can't have one without the other. <Shrugs> Just my two cents.

MeggieHoops
09-12-2004, 10:04 PM
meghan, dear, we've been through this a thousand and one times.
if i was looking to date someon, i would know them for a period of quite a few weeks, not hours, and therefore trust them. they wouldn't be brand new to me.

Ryan, babe, I know. I was joking. No need to go through this again.

Although...I just have to say...you wouldn't trust them, but you'd obsess obnoxiously? Okey dokey. :p

Scott
09-12-2004, 10:36 PM
A cute bisexual woman that loves the footy and has a lot of money.

ryan
10-12-2004, 12:11 AM
Ryan, babe, I know. I was joking. No need to go through this again.

Although...I just have to say...you wouldn't trust them, but you'd obsess obnoxiously? Okey dokey. :p

no need to go through this again, yet you make a comment like that? hmm.

if we're getting into jabs now, i could comment that you crave for that obnoxious obsessing. :icon_mod:

Hazzle
10-12-2004, 12:14 AM
Now now children. No more jabs...Ryan me lad, chill out, was just a joke...

To get back on topic...hmmm...I wonder if maturity is something one looks for in a potential mate?

MeggieHoops
10-12-2004, 01:17 AM
no need to go through this again, yet you make a comment like that? hmm.

if we're getting into jabs now, i could comment that you crave for that obnoxious obsessing. :icon_mod:

Not from you I don't.

Seriously though, let's not do this. My fault, I know, and I apologize...but I was just joking. Your comment was a bit less jokey than mine was, in my opinion, but...I really don't want to start fighting again...so, I'll take the high road here and say sorry.

To get back on topic...hmmm...I wonder if maturity is something one looks for in a potential mate?

Sorry, back on topic. Yes, maturity is a big plus, but I do like someone who knows how to just kick back and relax and have fun without being uptight...so being TOO mature isn't a good thing, there needs to be a balance.

ryan
10-12-2004, 02:43 AM
Not from you I don't.

:icon_err:

okay, i concede.

Leonie
10-12-2004, 05:49 AM
*coughs* PM's. Use them. Don't turn every thread into a personal fight with vague sneers that make the rest of us wonder, and at least one of you pissed off. Thanks.

As for me, I'd have to disagree with Bono. I still haven't found what I'm looking for? I have, mate :D Funny is good, as is intelligence. Can't say I have a list of preferences though... It doesn't work that way in my opinion. For one, what you think is funny may seem utterly pathetic to me.

Liam
10-12-2004, 08:31 AM
I agree with Leonie. Its not all about lists of preferences. For my mind, its all about how things go when you spend time with someone.

With my girlfriend, I feel completely at ease. We can cuddle and be all cutesy, we can talk for hours, and we can sit in silence together without a moment being awkward. For me, that is the mark of a special relationship.

acliff
10-12-2004, 09:24 AM
What do I look for...

Someone who doesn't use netspeak, able to spell and use correct grammar, claims she's attractive and female, is always there when I turn on my computer, stengthens me against real life ridicule...

:icon_err:

ryan
10-12-2004, 01:57 PM
*coughs* PM's. Use them. Don't turn every thread into a personal fight with vague sneers that make the rest of us wonder, and at least one of you pissed off. Thanks.

this is me rolling my eyes at the over-modding that goes on around here.
my sarcastic apologies if a little side argument distracted everyone from all of the other thrilling topics.

Liam
10-12-2004, 02:02 PM
You forgot the icon.

ryan
10-12-2004, 03:20 PM
You forgot the icon.

no i didn't.
use your imagination to see me rolling my eyes. the lame vbulletin icons just don't do it for me.

SimplyKnightley
15-12-2004, 02:25 AM
i will be attracted to someone who can make me laugh, someone optimistic and proactive, have a sense of fun, is compassionate and responsible. physically, he would preferably be taller than me and not be too skinny :) otherwise it'd be a mad clash of bones when we cuddle.

having gone through my short and not very pleasant past relationship, i know the qualities that i don't look for in guy - being too serious, insecure, TOO nice. someone playful AND mature (i don't believe that's an oxymoron) would be excellent :cool: and oh, it'd be a dream come true if he shares my faith too :)

Ashley
15-12-2004, 04:06 AM
I just want a simple guy, who can hold an intelligent conversation but not be too serious to put up with my hypothetical stupid situations (i.e. What if the cat stole me car and went to the casino to try and gamble with Meow Mix?) have a good sense of humor one that goes with mine... which can be a bit odd. Have common interests with me, but not have everything in common so we can both have our own time. He MUST think Conan O'Brien is the late night king. And just be a nice guy, who's sweet to me, but not terribly mushy in front of everyone else.

Haven't found anyone yet... well... almost did. Almost doesn't get it though. Aw crap, I've gone all emo again.