I am looking for someone with that chemistry and a zest for life. My Friend's say I have an extrovert sense of humour,and lead an unorthodox lifestyle. Im quite shy with Women initially,but soon open up if things are going well. Musician I like travelling and being outdoors meeting different people and coming across different problems.
I want to meet someone real who will respect me not because im above him, but because im no lesser than him. Musician Well I'm an easy going,fun loving Guy,that can fit into most situations and mingle.
Similar sense of humour would be a plus but (excuse the pun) ... I am a down to earth man and love to laugh..great sense of humour and am up for a laugh. Lots of history with lots of parks ,restaurants ,bars a good community atmosphere .
i live in east molesey near hampton court have done now for 30 years.
ive one brother and my dad left my other brother passed away many years ago my mother passed in 2011.
im hard working dnt mess people about if i say im going to meet someone i ... lovely views and meeting wonderful people driving around european. My ideal partner would be an Aquarius, Libra, Leo or Gemini around my age, who lives in the local area, has similar interests to me and is preferably artistic, creative or musical However, I am not really looking to date right now as I have ...
Musiciansaloon car racing truck racing music a glass of wine just chill. iam retired from 35 very happy years driving all over the uk ireland and parts of ... Musician I like waking onto the beach, chilling out at home watching tv or having friends around.
Sitting in a restaurant by the sea on the raining day and chat for hours then go outside and feel the breeze.
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