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Iam 40 going on 4 like most guys , am hard on the outside but soft in the middle ,you have to be a special kind of lady to see the soft centre , is that you ? Its worth looking for , Iam compasionate ,easy going ,laid back sort of person, looking for a loving honest partner . Liers ,cheats need ... [message truncated]

Gods, what am I doing with my life?

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badasstronaut
30th Aug, 2005 13:00 (UTC)
Iam compasionate ,easy going ,laid back

..uninterested in correct spelling or apostrophe placement...
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 13:03 (UTC)
must be part
of the "hard outside" or possible the "soft inside". Soft in the head?
badasstronaut
30th Aug, 2005 13:09 (UTC)
Re: must be part
Don't know, but sounds boring.

On the Guardian site, you get a different sort of boring, where I'd estimate 73% of profiles say the writer likes red wine, reading big newspapers on Sunday mornings and walks in the park. Well, not that there's anything not to like about such things (although I'm not a newspaper fan) but it does make them all sound like clones off the factory production line. Most disturbing are the ones who claim to be 'normal', and who are looking for someone else who is 'normal'. I've no idea what the fuck 'normal' stands for; maybe it's shorthand for the red wine and walks and newspapers.
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 13:13 (UTC)
don't think I'd appeal
to a Guardian reader. Not "normal" enough. Maybe it means "no knitters, closet cases, or fetishists"?

(This one was off my regular OKCupid update -- it's true, the spelling is often rather bad there.)
badasstronaut
30th Aug, 2005 14:12 (UTC)
Re: don't think I'd appeal
Oh, I don't know... how about this one?
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 14:53 (UTC)
well,
apart from the fact that he owns cats, wants kids and likes long hair, sure, why not?

Oh, wait. He wants to live in the country. So. Guardian.
badasstronaut
30th Aug, 2005 15:16 (UTC)
Re: well,
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 16:15 (UTC)
now you're just being silly
WLTM someone "more interested in conversation than raucous excess, intellectually minded, sensitive, rather than hedonistic..."

buddleia
30th Aug, 2005 13:30 (UTC)
I'll counter that with:
Clean, reasonably attractive married couple seek attractive bi girl for fun and frolics.

Check the 'bi' section in any paper and I guarantee some variant of this will appear. Why do they always specify 'clean' and 'attractive'? It worries me.
fridgemagnet
30th Aug, 2005 14:09 (UTC)
"ugly pox-ridden perves seek lithe young thing to leer at"?
buddleia
30th Aug, 2005 14:22 (UTC)
Sounds like my last job...
But she was very pretty. No-one would blame us.
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 14:55 (UTC)
*sigh*
Sometimes I miss working at Oxfam.
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 14:59 (UTC)
"clean and attractive" is heterosexualese for bpdm* femme, right?

*bleached, permed, depilated, made-up
aperrott
30th Aug, 2005 15:06 (UTC)
and there was me thinking it just meant "reasonable looking, disease free, wash daily, wear laundered clothes."

It's all too subtle for me. :-)
t__m__i
30th Aug, 2005 13:32 (UTC)
by "special kind of lady" does he mean "gullible"?
Any ad (whether it be for cars or people) which goes on about "liars/cheats/timewasters need not apply" just says so much more about the advertiser than maybe they intended to say :D
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 15:01 (UTC)
Re: by "special kind of lady" does he mean "gullible"?
and "special kind of lady" means "psychic doormat".
tenderhooligan
30th Aug, 2005 13:56 (UTC)
Met a Lier once ,he wuz ,luvly.
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 15:04 (UTC)
wuz he , a speicla kind of ,lier? Or just the reglar sort?
autodidactic
30th Aug, 2005 14:02 (UTC)
He's looking for a "special" woman in the same way that they're called "Special Olympics". Also, the soft middle is probably nougat.

I have personals ads. I'll share the horror stories some other day when I don't have school.

L.
cleanskies
30th Aug, 2005 15:07 (UTC)
> I have personals ads.

Yep, you're masses tougher than me.
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