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Tony
35 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 19 - 32
So a little about myself.. I'm half Greek and half Turkish, born and raised in Australia now traveling around working in the Security industry. I'm very much a citizen of the world, I'm enigmatic, mysterious, romantic, passionate, refined, intelligent, witty, elegant and chivalrous and I love to have wholesome fun but also have a very devious wild side which not many see. Many think I'm arrogant but that's not really true, I'm just comfortable with who I am and confident that I can achieve anything that I want in life. Experience has shown me that I can do anything I want. I'm dominant but not overbearing yet still very relaxed and easy going, however when crap hits the fan people look to me to take charge and deal with the situation at hand. Maybe they also call me arrogant because I say that I can lead a horse to water, and I can make it drink. But I did, true story. Some have said that I'm an adventurer and a thrill seeker. If this were true, it would mean that I was the one chasing adventure and that is not the case. Instead, I simply live life to its fullest and adventure comes along for the ride because as they say, it's never to early to start beefing up your obituary. I hope to leave this earth a better place than I found it, I am inspired to make a difference through my heroes, I learned about justice and standing up for what is right no matter what you face from the example and martyrdom of Malcolm X and I learned about the fundamentals of liberty and what it means to be free from Thomas Jefferson. Like them, I want to leave this planet having inspired a generation of youth to want to make a difference as I have been inspired. I think the idea of having wingmen is ridiculous, we're not a pack of hyenas. If you need a guy to hold your hand to speak to a woman perhaps you're more comfortable with men than women.. There are very few real men these days, society has turned them into a bunch of weak mamma's boys who are arrogant, loud mouthed and who have no aspirations to be better, to make a difference and have something to show for their lives. I have great dreams and aspirations and I'll share a few, I hope to run a program for young males to teach them how to be men, it's called the Young Lions Program. I want to create an independent grocers association so that I can help get corner stores and businesses back in the hands of the communities that they operate in, so that money can be reinvested in that community rather than the profits be taken and spent somewhere else. I want to open some schools, leadership academies that help give the right type of education and knowledge about life to students who otherwise wouldn't otherwise get this experience. Lastly, I would like to find the right girl for me, it may sound a little cliche but that is what I hope for, to have the right girl and my own family, perhaps some land and a nice house would be great too.
paul
48 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 25 - 36
Allen
50 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 28 - 40
'm an inquisitive & adventurous person with an established career in the field of wildlife research & nature conservation (as an ecologist). To this end, I am pretty dedicated to helping understand & look after the plants & animals that live in this here neck of the woods. As something a little different, I don’t want to use up this space writing about myself – but instead tell you why I've chosen the nickname “Grus”. In case u don't know, it's the genus name for a group of cranes whose spectacular mating dances are highly symbolic to many cultures in the world. I know in Japan for instance they are considered a symbol of fidelity, good luck, love and long life. For centuries folklore has suggested that cranes mate for life, but recent research indicates that some birds do change partners over the course of their lifetime (several decades). Like us, both parents help rear the young together. To me, the cranes are a reminder of all things beautiful, majestic and sacred. Just as we learn how to dance to another’s rhythms and tempo, so their dancing rituals test the resolve and compatibility of each bird to the other. It is fascinating to think about why these rituals have evolved – perhaps it’s because the survival the offspring depend very much on both parents working together to rear the young, an on-going task that runs from one breeding season to the next. Just like the cranes we seek relationships based on trust, understanding & ultimately some measure of success or performance. So.. if u happen to find someone you think u might be interested in... i think you should be brave & invite them to dance with you (at some point). i don't mean in the literal sense - unless that's your thing, but in some way that is important and meaningful to you.

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