I'm in South Florida, and my matches are mostly guys who like fishing (ironically) and who don't own t-shirts with sleeves, it seems. Or they post photographs of themselves on tractors. So my profile is pretty simple: I have four photos posted, and my profile title says, "Looking for someone special." My bio reads, "55-year-old redhead looking for someone special to enjoy activities and events. Of these 19, one lived in a trailer, one was already married, and one was writing to tell me he'd already found his soulmate but he had a friend who'd seen my photos and wanted to meet me. The strangest message was from this 57-year-old heavyset guy who wrote me, "I would like to say when your 22 and beautiful That is a gift from god.at 55 my oh my... And should be held and adored as priceless and rare.... The other guy I seem to click with isn't looking for anything serious and is holding a fish in his profile photo. But I know I don't want to go fishing or camping, I don't know how to line dance, and I don't want to date someone who looks like he could be my grandfather.
I don't seem to be able to set age limits on who I'm looking for, so I'm getting matched up with mostly guys in their 50s or even their 60s and 70s. I love all kinds of music." Pretty generic and bland; I used to go into detail on dating site profiles but saying I love Vincent Price movies, gangsta rap and true crime novels weren't getting me the results I wanted, so I decided to go vanilla. A recent guy who wants to meet me is called "Silver Tongue" and "wants a close friendship with a lady that likes to play." NO THANK YOU.
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