I'll leave it there as i prefer not to talk about myself alot. I am fit and fairly trim for my age and I love to keep fit.. My main interests apart from sexual activities include Ten Pin Bowling and all forms of Motor sport, as well as fishing and camping and generally enjoying nature. Im climing the walls so i need some one to CUM and save me.
Looking for an attached sexual partner for occasional daytime meetings. Active phisically and mentaly smart and social. Love the visual arts, dance, music, theatre, movies, sex. Love sex in many places, playing adventures, oral, fetishes and watersports and just making stuff up. Basically, down to earth, intelligent and funny guy. Content with most things in life, except for one thing..
I'm easily the best click you'll make today. I'm a newly graduated guy with too much free time on my hands. I'm a young out going, athletic, fit male who wants to meet some one to have some fun and excitement with!
Most of the time I'm the first to make a Feel free to drop me a line and let's get the party started! Ready when u r Love meeting new people. I have a good sense of humor and love to ave a laugh.
Obviously enjoying my sexuality is important to me too, and sharing it with someone suitably passionate. Openness is a plus, but those of you still a little shy are fine too. Non-pushy, no big expectations just a party animal living life to the full!! Like sports,movies,nights out on the town,casino, live bands and partying. Nothing to do with them or their profile, I just wasn't in the mood to write a nice reply at the time, and by the time you remember it's like a month later.
So it's often as much about luck as anything. Full of creepy guys: I had to decline though - he seemed like way too much man for me: I use OKCupid, and recently a date turned into a boyfriend, so that's pretty nice. I was planning to meet him at 3pm for coffee, and leave by 5pm but we ended up staying out until 11pm talking. We clicked really well. All in all I've met five people from OKCupid, two of whom became boyfriends, one of whom turned out to be a conspiracy theorist not my type , and two of whom became friends.
OKCupid has a "matching algorithm" that says how much you "match" with your partners. We have so much in common. Only advice is be careful the first few dates, make sure other people know where you're going etc. I also like to arrange a meeting early on because I've had so many cute girls stop messaging me before I get a chance to meet them, and being proactive about it gives you more of a chance to actually see if you have chemistry.
That's what I think is most important, when you meet, seeing how you actually interact and how they actually look in real life. Stay right away from match. If I was to actually try and make some effort in getting a date I would probably go with okcupid.
OkCupid is pretty good. But I'm sure that's just one bad experience, it still put me off online dating for the most part. What I like to do is meet up at the underground train station in the city at 11am, go out for a coffee, if they are a total freak leave at If it goes well, you can have lunch and then hang out more in the afternoon! What I like to do is meet up at the underground train station in the city at 11am, go out for a coffee.
Similar trick, different timeframe - you can head to a cafe before dinner for a drink. If they're a freak, same excuse. If they're cool, you can be like "oh, you wanna grab dinner? She's now my wife. I didn't find it to be hugely expensive like some have said - if you stick to messaging people whose criteria you actually fit, write something relevant to what they've said in their profile and have something decent in yours, then your chances of replies and dates are pretty good.
Spend some time on your profile and on the messages you write whatever service you use. Give people something to "latch onto" and turn into a discussion point in either or both of those places when they message you back. For the love of god, spell check!
Attractive girls will get a lot of messages, but for some unfathomable reason most of them will be from people who don't fit their criteria, guys who are terrible at constructing sentences or miscellaneous scumbags. Avoid those problems and you're already ahead of the game. It all depends on what you're after, each site has its pros and cons and you should try on a few of them.
That being said, I did find a girl on Oasis who wasn't wanting a one night stand and have been going out with her for two years. Which is a bit of a problem, because online dating is a bit of a numbers game. You're probably looking at like 1 in 4 replying on a payed site, 1 in 10 on a free site YMMV.
Personally I found once I was talking to a girl probably only about 1 in 4 turned out to be compatible enough to be worth a meeting at which point you may well find there's just no spark and get a friend or a disappointment.
That's the other big disclaimer about online dating, the men basically always outnumber the women. This can make it very easy for your message to get lost in the crowd. So, be prepared to not get any kind of response from a lot of women because they just don't have the time, or to have a girl respond a couple of times then vanish because some creepy guy has scared her off the site Or she's decided it won't work out with you.
So it can pay dividends, but you need to be prepared to put in a lot of time. Occurred to me at the end I'm not sure if you're male or female. My experiences are as a single male seeking a female. I have done a lot of internet dating on and off over 10 years currently off and has been for 3. You can't go into internet dating half arsed, you have to be on top of your game, you should go on at least 5 days a week, best nights are sunday, ppl have usually struck out on the weekend and desperate.
If you are talking to someone and you think it is going well don't be backwards in moving it forward to a date. You gotta remember everyone else is probably also really busy talking to a few other people also.
Be warey of ppl who talk but don't want to progress, there is lots of people on there who are in a relationship and maybe just having a look around or boosting their own ego by having others come onto them. Be open and honest, at the end of date if you don't wish to see the person again tell them politely by text, most people will appreciate the honesty,.
I know a friend who had their photos stolen to be used on Red Hot Pie, she contacted them telling them to delete the profile or she will go to the news, they sent her a deal back saying if she used the profile instead and convinced guys to join that they would pay her to con them. Ive used Oasis before and it seems full of very shallow people, probably because its free, its cheap enough for the opp sex to be extremely fussy since it doesnt cost them anything.
This is the episode I'm talking about I think from back in Incident with your friend more recent than that? So did the story with my friend. If you are careful and not completely stupid you can kinda figure out who are creeps and who is genuine I met my boyfriend of 4 years on Oasis and never been happier!
I also met about 2 other guys from the same website before him and they are now my friends didn't make the boyfriend cut I spoke to John for a good 4 months on msn and on video chat before meeting up with him in real life.
I would do it again if I had to: My housemate male has met and dated a few girls on there. It's great for the young professional crowd who are in professions dominated by a given gender.
He's an engineer, and all but one girl has been in social work or healthcare. More men on there than women, but if you're looking for a serious relationship, it evens out pretty quickly. The process of getting to know someone is quite rigorous and I wouldn't reccomend it for anyone who's not a fan of putting themselves on paper.
Personally, that's what I can't stand about online dating. I love the discovery, the chase, all the exciting stuff.
My hit-rate is lower than my housemate but I'm a much more interesting dinner guest. Thanks so much for all the info everyone, just for reference I'm a dude I had a brief look at eHarmony, looks good apart from the payment part, which I might consider, haven't tried OkCupid. But it seems to be the most popular choice. I had a look at Oasis, appeared to have a lot of girls on there with kids, which is cool, but I probably wouldn't be the best choice since I don't have much dating experience.