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39 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 18 - 35
36 Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 20 - 35
I moved to Toronto from Northern California where I was launching a candy company. Sadly, it did not fly and I had to "hang up the spurs" - the silver lining, if there is any, is that I am the proud owner of literally hundreds and hundreds of pounds of lollipops. Want free candy? I'm the friend for you. Want to make a weird German-esque art video with a jacuzzi filled with rooster shaped lollipops? Let's get started! In better news i recently nailed a gig that allows me to write full-time, something I've always wanted to do, (but instead mostly bar tended), so I'm decidedly more fhuk yeah as of late. Truly a large improvement from the video game and redtube diet I was on pre-writing job. Also: I have a soft spot for sci fi, particularly the works of Welles, Bradbury, and Asimov. If video game skills gave a fella sex appeal, Ryan Gosling and I would be comparable. I love animals and was that annoying kid who was always spewing out animal facts. Been wearing animal shirts since before they were cool, and you may hear me argue that I was that very trend setter. I have a brother and sister cat, Riggs and Carmen, they cool. If you have space on a farm that I could use I'd also like to get a dog, pig, goat, and a de-scented skunk. I enjoy the odd game of cards. Want to learn poker? I'll teach you, we can start using starburst candies as chips and work our way up to tacos. I have Dad humor. Worse still, I love explaining jokes that miss their mark to people because, I don't know? I'm lucky to have a great group of friends scattered behind me and me being away from them makes me miss them buckets -would love to make friends of equal value here, and sheeeeeit, if luck smiles maybe I'll get a gaming/hiking/exploring partner out of the deal at the very least. Presently about to move to China to write course ware for an education board.
54 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 36 - 55
Picture a small candle in a dark room. You hardly notice it at first. Then you see - tiny bursts of illumination flicker and jump into the murk. The little flame pulsates in a kind of shimmering dance. Quick and fleeting, bursts of bright sparkle flash upward, then dwindle to a glimmer on a fading, orange wick. The darkness is oppressive. The blinking, wavering light barely registers against the engulfing shadow. It would be so easy for the candle to go out; to be smothered by the gloom. But the little candle does not go out. It shines on. It is stubborn. Its tiny flame ebbs and glows in the stifling black to the point of suffocation, yet it remains. It endures. The little candle will not go out because its light is love. Its light is hope. It is the light of joy, of caring, of yearning, desire, and dreams. It is the light of life. Sometimes I feel like that candle. Life is uniquely challenging when you are single. It can be tempting to give in to cynicism and isolation. But I don’t think people are made this way – not for a lifetime. Certainly, I am not made this way. I am ready to share life and living with a special woman. For many years I focused on work, and I had one failed marriage. But I don’t want to be the little candle in a dark room. I want to share the light. I am looking for an LTR, as they say; a partnership based on love, respect, and mutual admiration. I feel strongly that couples in a committed relationship should be best friends as well as lovers and companions. I also believe that communication is extremely important. Many men are poor communicators, but I think I am an exception. In the past I worked as an artist, an actor, a writer, and now I am an English teacher. All my professional activities have been about effective communication in one way or another. In my view, other important words that help a relationship succeed are: patience, equality, flexibility, honor, intimacy, trust, and fun. Friends and colleagues would probably describe me as smart, funny, sensitive, creative, articulate, loyal, hard-working, and sincere. I have a big heart and a wry sense of humor, with sweet and silly aspects to my character too. I enjoy books, films, music, conversation, long walks, going to the gym (though I’m not fanatical about exercise), as well a calm and happy home life. Intellectual pursuits appeal to me a lot due to my work in education. But I can also sit back and laugh out loud at a crazy, funny movie. Overall, I like to consider myself a gentleman and a gentle man. Honestly, I am drawn to Asian ladies generally because they often offer an attractive combination of character depth and sensitivity; at once tender yet strong. Of course, the individual personality of each lady is what matters most. Additionally, I find the idea of cultural diversity and exchange in a romance interesting, stimulating. Differences can be considered assets instead of liabilities. Open-mindedness is the key. I was born and raised in Ottawa Canada but have lived elsewhere for studies and work including Toronto and San Francisco. I enjoy travelling and have been to Russia, Ukraine, Israel, and many US cities such as Los Angeles, New York, and Washington D.C. I particularly want to visit China one day – especially Beijing. I find Chinese culture very interesting. So? If my profile has captured your interest, I would be pleased to hear from you. Is your heart open? Are you mindful, awake, and ready for a meaningful connection? For something different? Are you ready to try? As I tell my students, “Push your comfort zone. History does not remember those who were afraid to take a chance.” Yes - picture a small candle in a dark room. Maybe if we match your little candle with mine, we can light up that room and chase the shadows away :)