Hi there. I really liked your profile and I thought I would get in contact with you as i would like to get to know you. Well a bit about me. I work as a consultant in central london.I also like Outdoor sports , football, cycling , scuba diving, skiing, kayaking, hiking etc which i try to do as often as i can. Im also a qualified Aromatherapy Masseuse. Well if you like the sound of me please get in touch.
Dear Mr Good Sport. Thanks for your email. I'm marginally distressed that you seem to think listing lots of sports will impress me. Men assume women love that sort of thing, hearing how adventurous a potential suitor is, making the presumption they have a buff body through all that exercise and by association they must be able to afford such activities. Speaking on behalf of my people, that's just not the case. Girls don't want a boyfriend who'll drag them up a mountain in freezing fog, laugh at them when they fall off their bike, humiliate them for being out of breath after running for the bus or draw rude pictures on their plaster cast when they break their extremities skiing. They don't. And don't go thinking the allure of old-lady-lavender scented wandering hands will be the deal clincher either. It won't. It's creepy. Yours, unsportingly.
Desperate times call for desperate measures friends. Gone are the days of meeting your future spouse at a wedding or at work. Oh no. Nowadays, it's either e-dating or no dating. I'm not ashamed to admit to being an internet dating tourist, and one thing that impresses/distresses me more than anything are some of the messages that wheedle their way into my inbox. And some of these are just too good to be left unacknowledged. So here they are, in all their glory. Plus the replies I never sent.
07 July 2010
From Mr Good Sport
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Ooooh, I know!!! All my internet date matches have photos of themselves skiing. I've never been skiing in my life. Why would I match with someone who spends time on the 'slopes'. (now, had they taken photos of themselves hard at apres-ski, we might have more in common...)ReplyDelete