I attempt to view all situations in which I may find myself in a balanced fashion so that I am better able to act in an appropriate and fair way.The most amusing answer to the question, "learned from past relationships":
Once the relationship ends, you may find yourself joining online dating services and attempting to answer questions like this.Surprisingly, they are from the same profile. I did not respond to his less than inspiring email. A most amusing opening line from a JDate© email (the sender is 28, I am 36):
it's a bit strange writing to somebody older than me (no offense, please), but i did have to write because your profile struck a chord with me.I suppose I will write back, but I'm not sure what to say. He wrote quite a long message. I was tempted to open with, "Do you actually think you would want to meet considering how old I am?" But I decided that was the tired me talking and I would have to sit on it a bit before I figure out what to say. And another candidate with a good line:
Seems to me I certainly do fit the attributes you list for a "perfect match."I did write back, but I'm skeptical. This is my favorite of the current batch. I think he's sweet:
I enjoyed your profile...it kinda made me wish I had been creative, yet to the point, enough to have written something similar.There's another two who are also interesting, but not so quotable. Dates have been scheduled. Scary. Grateful for: the masses.