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He starts off his profile by being humorous and even a bit on the mysterious side. I have a neglected 12-string-guitar named Calypso, who now only has 10.5 strings, but I like playing her.
Girls fancy mystery (as long as the truth gradually comes to light as the relationship progresses). I have a banjo who’s in perfect condition, but that’s because I never play him.
It’s like summer camp for makin’ movies, so I’m happy about it. I like public transportation and wandering around cities. Most of the time, I don’t take myself very seriously. Or if you just want to give me something valuable, like eternal wisdom, a free ticket to Paris, or a house.
I am a graduate of Colorado State University, where I double-majored in English and Journalism. This guy comes off as a solid, down-to-earth, sweet gent with a great sense of humor.
I can see the mountain, the banjo and even taste the bananas. I receive messages frequently but I do respond quickly. This guy likes to keep things short, and sweet yet what he writes about is compelling.
When he describes what he enjoys, he does it in a way that the vision is clear. sense of style, the ability to run in heels, a spark in her eye, and a killer smile.
He’s in tuned with his tender side, opting to trade in the ocean for “daily spooning”, all the while not coming off as too girly.
He has a whimsical side and women always respond well to that—it allows them to fantasize.
B-B–B-BUT…oh come on, by now you know that there is a BUT coming. This guy does a great job at putting the girl at ease.
He mentions that in the worse case scenario “we might end up becoming great friends”, eliminating any forced expectations.