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Trumbull CT, USA
  • Male
  • 71 years old
  • 5' 11" tall
  • About average
  • White/Gray hair - Blue eyes
  • White / Caucasian
  • Non-Smoker
  • Health / Medical / Dental / Veterinary (occupation)
  • Degree (education)
  • I'd rather not say (income)
  • Looking for: Casual Relationship, Friendship
  • Divorced
  • Has 3 children
  • Other (religion)
  • Non-Conformist (political affiliation)
  • pet: None

A little about me...
Reasonably good looking. Easy going, open, direct, spontaneous, and a shameless flirt but with occasional bouts of shyness. Just ask if you want to know more - I refuse to pile up words just to fill up some space.... Love live music, dancing. Involved (on an irregular basis) with community theater. Reading, writing the occasional poem, collages....

About the one I'm looking for...
Looking for partner in crime - music, dancing, and whatever else feels right. Obviously, attractiveness counts, but that is rather arbitrary, or at least subjective. Being comfortable in your skin, and having at least some of the characteristics described above, goes a long way with me. Nothing more bracing than a woman matching me step for step.

I'd just like to add...
You can probably guess some of it by the above.... And by all means, get in touch if this resonates with you: I am here and now with you. My ecstasy is in yours. My joy is to see and experience your joy. Now, having disposed of the cheesy, low hanging fruit (so to speak), consider what it means to be a friend - How would you define it? Or, frankly, is it necessary to define it?