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hmmm...what can i say about myself? i'm very easygoing, full of imperfections but my heart is always in the right place. i love to laugh so if someone can make me laugh, its definitely a plus. i love music. i'm a rockhead til i die but love all genres. i'm working hard on me. this is my year. i am at peace and never been happier. not looking for a man. thats too much to think about. how about just meeting someone kind, good looking, sexy (in my eyes), intelligent, funny, easygoing, ambitious and humble. someone who's company i'd enjoy. i work hard and sometimes just want someone i can go have dinner with, go to a museum, watch a play or just take a nice walk. no expectations. if it goes further, let it be because it just happened naturally. maybe i can end up making a good friend. ya never know... NOTE: i don't mind chatting but please keep it civil and respectful. if you've been hurt and r bitter and feel that ALL women are the same, i feel for u but please get some help before reaching out to anyone. you may have wonderful traits but no one wants to b put into a category or to deal with another person's insecurities. i am me. my own woman. i'm not the one who lied to you and disrespected u. so if this is u, please dont bother. hope u all have a wonderful day!
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