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50 Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Seeking: Female 33 - 40
Star sign: Aquarius
46 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Seeking: Female 22 - 37
Star sign: Aquarius
60 Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Seeking: Female 25 - 45
Star sign: Aquarius
I'm a nice easy going fun guy, you know, the one girls keep complaining they cant find. I'm financially secure, genuine, educated, dare I say intelligent, amusing and sincere. I live alone in a 4br house and would love some company and maybe some help with renovations... (Can you paint?) I hate this whole dating process and all the time wasters that seem to populate it. In the old days, people were pretty much matched up by their parents, locality or a limit of choices. We might not call that ideal, but their track record of staying together beats our so called "enlightened generations". These dating sites seem to attract or generate people with totally unrealistic expectations. Would you shop for a car and expect to find a brand new, top model Rolls Royce for $1.50 in a used car lot? If you're looking for superman, prince charming or captain kangaroo, its not me. Move to the next slide. I'm not perfect but I know I'm not the worst conclusion. Just an ordinary guy. Middle of the road - all things in moderation type. Sometimes boring, sometimes not. I'm not trying to sell a dream because when the bubble bursts, there's nothing left but hot air. Although there's nothing wrong with Pina Colada's and getting caught in the rain...(thanks Rupert Holmes) My view is to stop stuffing around, pick someone that you like and put your energy into making the thing work. Its a lot less effort than the alternatives like divorce or endless dating. Simple? Well you'd think so... I like 4X4 camping/caravaning , horseriding, watching movies, eating out , theatre, music (guitar, violin & sound production), good conversation and finding new and interesting things to do... (things that dont involve horror movies, listening to Rapp, tieing long rubber bands around my legs or jumping out of perfectly good aeroplanes) But occasionally I do like to pilot the plane - some other idiot can jump out if they want... So drop me a line, what do you risk? Cheers for now, Peter.



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