I would describe myself as:
We get so distracted, by people all around, whispering sweet nothings, filling our heads with doubt, but imagine no first dance, freeze-dried romance, no five-hour phone conversation, no late night texts, no lyrics from songs, but what we really want is that second coffee cup in our Instagram's of lazy Saturday mornings, that other pair of shoes in our artsy pictures. We want a date for Sunday morning brunch, someone to commiserate with during the drudge of Monday's, a Taco Tuesday partner, someone to text us good morning on Wednesday. We want friends with benefits, Netflix and chill, nudes on Tinder. We want anything that will give us the illusion of a relationship, without being in an actual relationship. We want all the rewards and none of the risk, all of the payout and none of the cost. We swipe left in hopes of finding the right person. We “talk” and we text, we Snapchat and we sext. We hangout and we happy hour, we go for coffee and grab a beer – anything to avoid an actual date. We invest more time in our Tinder profiles than our personalities. Yet we don’t want a relationship!!!!!
My ideal partner would be:
People change just like the weather
Some for good and sometimes never
My ideal date would be:
Some seek enlightenment, on the hippy trail, The Great Wall of China, The Head of Kinsale, I'm just as happy with a pot of tea, in a rotten little beach hut by the sea...............................!!!!!