1.) What your idea of the perfect woman?
She doesn't exist, and I shouldn't expect her to. If I had to say, someone who makes me happy. Who am I to even say I know what makes me happy, I
don't know, but I can feel it, and that's all I need. I just want her to be herself.
2.) On a Scale of 1 - 10 rate yourself, in the looks department
Um, I'd say a 7 or 8, I've never really thought of myself as a good looking guy. Or rather I don't base any interaction I have with someone else
based on how I look, or if I think I look better than them, visa versa... I don't know, I just look like me. I see myself everyday, it's like how
when you write a song you love it at first, but then it wears over time. Sure, I thought I was hot when I was 4 or 5, but after twenty more years of
mirror time I'm over myself
I do take care of my body though, partly for health and partly for well, interest. I got really into stretching and posture about a year ago and I
was amazed at how much it changed my everyday life. I think all bodies are naturally beautiful, I love any artwork depicting them. If you look at my
college notes they are littered with da vinci like drawings of the body, i'm just fascinated for some reason. So to make a long story short, having
a good body tends to make people see vanity but really it makes living a lot easier and symmetry is always pleasing to the animal (as if it's not
all) portion of our brain. Ha, onward...
3.) Where would you take us on our first date?
Movies are for guys with nothing to say. I hate movies as a date unless I've been with the person for awhile. You have to do something fun. I've
done a carnival, art museum exhibit, and horse racing to name a few. It doesn't have to be romantic, you don't even know the girl. Have fun during
the day by doing something she wants to do. I find you can learn a lot if you listen, and it isn't hard to look around your town and find something
she'd really like. If things go well during the day, you can have a few drinks at night or a dinner. But i don't think those should be the first
option. Something fun is always... more fun.
4.) What are you expectations (if any) of what is to happen on the said first date, in question?
1. Expectations in situations like this are pointless, it's never going to be as good or bad as I think. It's never going to be what I think
period. So I can try to force some idea of a great first date, or I can be myself and let things happen as they do.
2. Why take the fun out of the date by imagining a million things that could happen? A lot of my most memorable romantic, date worthy moments were
spontaneous... that's what makes them great
I find if I take life for what it is, there is a lot less disappointment and a lot more discovery.
5.) What is your favorite phsyical feature of a Ladie's Body (keep it clean and G rated, we don't want anyone banned for this response).
Eyes, without a doubt. I'm big on eye contact, not the uncomfortable continuous gaze, but kind that feels as if a tight rope was instantly strung
between you and her. I've been told it's my best feature as well (can't really tell in the pics but my eyes are pretty green), so I always wonder
if that has something to do with it. Her smile would be a close second.
6.) How would you handle the following situation: We are out on a date (not the first one - say we've been dating a while), and one of our ex's
happens to show up, and decides to try and woo us (the girls) back into a relationship with them. What would you say?
Really an unanswerable question because I don't know how she's reacting to it. If I'm with someone, I trust them. My acceptance of our
relationship means that I do, if I didn't, I wouldn't be with them, that simple. I tend to date strong willed women and from experience, it can be
best, and easiest, to resist the urge to protect and let her handle the situation. Only if I see she's in need of help would I gladly intervene.
I'm not big on the 'i'm a man and my woman needs my help with everything', not that I don't defend her with my life, but she's not a child.
This one is hard to answer because the situation could be many different ways. Did we run into this guy at a bar? Is he trying to pull up a chair at
our dinner table (in which case I'd kindly tell him to get his *** up)? And if she did want to be with him, so be it, it's her choice. I'm not
going to kick and scream to give my love and affection for someone incapable, or unwilling, to accept it (thanks Ayn Rand). I'm very big on personal
choice and responsibility for your actions.
I don't tend to view situations like this across the board. Meaning, there are so many variables in life that I can't prepare or analyze them all.
I can be myself and handle life as it comes, knowing that I've done my best to be honest with myself and others. There are ups and downs, but I'm
always having fun on the ride and doing my best to learn.
7.) Do these pants make my *** look fat?
Are you kidding me? *hands on her waist* I can practically get my hands around you, look, here, stand like this... seriously, how can you look at
that and think fat, you look amazing... *walk around her*, see I've got the all angle view and it looks great, the way those pants *describe them as
best I can* do that, it makes your *** look incredible