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Pine

40 | Washington, District of Columbia

Single on earth

He is very curious and loves adventure, either or both intellectual and physical. When he gets interested in something, he can become extremely focused on it.

People tend to admire him for his knowledge and innovativeness. He derives intimacy from doing things with friends or a partner.

He is drawn to those who can balance his highly independent and tough-minded spirit--those who are novelty seeking, yet compassionate, verbal, intuitive, trusting, flexible and emotionally expressive.

A few excerpts from his personality test:

  • I like to figure out how things work
  • I am more enthusiastic than most people
  • My family and friends would say I have traditional values

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in his own words...

This is why I think the traditional gender roles--but most especially the role expected of women--in dating and courtship are complete BS. If the woman is perpetually passive and waiting for a guy to approach her, how on earth is she going to be able to get the man she wants if he happens not to notice her?? Now, there's nothing wrong with waiting for a guy to make the first move, but once it becomes apparent (or you're starting to get worried) that he'll never approach you of his own accord, there's nothing to do but to screw up your courage and approach him yourself, lest the opportunity slips away. You could always break the ice by saying something mildly humorous like you just got tired of waiting for him to come say hi (assuming you read the signals right, of course, but this is a risk we pursuers have to take). What's the worst that could happen? It might turn out that the person is already seeing someone, or just isn't interested in you. Nevertheless, you might end up having a nice, friendly conversation that lifts up your mood, even if once you part ways, you never see each other again. Like a previous poster said, maybe you're giving off vibes that say "I'm taken/not available" or you just seem too preoccupied or busy even when you're out hoping to meet some nice guys. If someone you're attracted to seems friendly and approachable, you might as well work up the courage to go talk to him if it doesn't look like he's going to make the first move. Maybe if you have more positive interactions with people, you'll seem happier and be in a better mood, thus making it more likely that guys will approach you in the future and try to start conversations.

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About him:

  • Living situation:
    • Live with roommate(s)
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Hindu
  • Relationship history:
    • Divorced
  • Income:
    • Less than $25,000
  • Eye color:
    • Black
  • Hair color:
    • Black
  • Ethnic background:
    • Asian

What he's looking for:

  • Age Range:
    • 18 - 105
  • relationship history:
    • Any
  • smokes:
    • Not at all
  • Ethnic background:
    • American Indian or Alaska Native
    • Asian
    • Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin
    • Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
    • White/Caucasian
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Any
  • education:
    • Some college