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Terry
58 Gawler, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 40 - 50
Living situation: Live with friends
Geoff
74 Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 45 - 75
Living situation: Live with friends
Nothing in this existence is ever for certain. One must always take a chance, a risk, or risk gaining nothing. I live for the present, but hedge my bets for numerous possible futures. And I am philosophical about my losses. I am a risk-taker, but not reckless and I like this in others. I never say “I can’t do that!” but rather, ask “How can I do that?” Life is a bundle of possibilities, exciting and always a challenge. I like people who have the courage to accept a challenge, and not be too hung-up on the outcome. If the result is not to your liking, either try again or move on to some new experience. I am healthy, physically active, young for my years in mind and body and believe that I am well balanced emotionally (I laugh and cry at the appropriate moments). I like people who look after their health, and I am attracted to intelligent, sensitive women. I like good food, good wine and intelligent conversation – although I don’t mind the odd bit gossip now and then! My favourite composers are Beethoven and Vangelis, and I like the Western female vocalists of the 90’s, and Enya. I am also a big admirer of Cai Qin, (Paula) Tsui Siu Fung, and to a lesser extent, Teresa Teng. My favourite movies always seem to be on non commercial channels (I absolutely detest advertisements), and I like to read light novels and science fiction rather than classical literature. I consider myself sensitive and caring about my partner’s needs. I am a hopeless romantic with a woman whom I find attractive. I believe in “Love at first sight” – it has happened to me. I thoroughly enjoy both the emotional and the physical aspects of romance. I dance pretty well, play a number of musical instruments, but am a woeful singer. I am genuinely seeking a “soulmate”, if you like the expression (which I do) but I am not in the market to support new partner financially; any prospective future partner must be on an equal level financially. However, nor do I wish to capitalise on someone else’s good fortune. I am quite happy agreeing to what is colloquially now known as a pre-nup if you wish it. As for my present circumstances; I am a retired chemical engineer cum process systems engineer. I do not own a home, but have sufficient capital to buy one should the necessity arise. I do not receive a government pension – I pay my own way! However by Australian standards, I am not wealthy. What small wealth I do possess will be left to my two sons when I die, unless they become so wealthy that they do not want it, and I admit, at present, this looks quite likely! I am also open to “partial” relocation such as part of the year living in Australia, and part of the year in China and/or traveling abroad. It is also important for you to understand that marriage must include a pre-nuptial agreement. In the event of my death, what estate I currently own will be left to my two sons. Conversely, I would not expect to inherit anything from your estate should you pass away before me.

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