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cody
38 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 21 - 30
Im not the best, but I am damn hard to beat! I love to make people laugh and smile, because it makes me feel good. I value the memories and experiences that I share with others and not what someone else owns or has accomplished. I am a great speaker, but I am an even better listener. I genuinley care about others happiness and I will compromise to keep my significant other happy. I do not like to argue and I do not like to be condesending, sarcastic, or cruel. I do not feel that I am better than anyone in this world, I only recognise that I am different. I love to travel. I have been to many countries throughout the world. It is a goal of mine to travel to a foreign country every year and so far I have been successfull. I adore nature and especially animals. I appreciate learning about different cultures and meeting people that are different from me. I am very physically active. I work out 7 days a week and I am looking for someone that can keep up with my active life style. I do not expect this same work out routine from my partner, but I would like to know that they are willing to swim, run, hike, and maybee even scuba dive or skydive. Another passion of mine is cooking. I love to make many dishes from several different cuisines. I have a fun game where I spin a globe and wherever my finger lands is the cuisine I will make. I dont expect my partner to have this same passion, I just hope that they are open minded to new foods and will enjoy the meals I cook for them. I would like to submit more pictures of myself but I am afraid if I do so you might drool all over yourself! Haha!
Randall
52 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 30
Do you like warm weather? I live in Honolulu, Hawaii. I am looking for a wife who enjoys nature and the arts. I would like to find an eternal companion who shares my family values. I hope we can correspond and become friends. We can see what develops. I am 186cm tall. I have dark blond hair. I plan to come to your country. I hope we can meet in the spring. Please send your telephone number perhaps we can speak on the phone in the near future. I work as a production manager for Movies and television. I also have recently completed my PhD. (doctorate) in communications. I am also a Certified Public accountant. In the past I worked for the International CPA firm KPMG I now do consulting on my own and lecture at the University. I am looking for a woman who enjoys the arts and the beauties of nature. She should enjoy traveling and learning about other cultures, history, and technology. She should have a good sense of humor. She should enjoy conversations about art, cinema, books, and poetry. She should enjoy Italian, French, and Japanese food. She should enjoy dancing, going to the theater, cinema, and concerts along with romantic walks along the beach at sunset. On the weekend, rather than preparing a meal at home, I prefer to take a woman out to a romantic candlelight dinner at a fine restaurant. From there we can go dancing or to hear music at a nightclub or concert. I am not Hawaiian but I have adopted some Hawaiian customs. In Hawaii we say the Hawaiian word aloha. Aloha means hello, "until we meet again", and love depending on the context. If you were to come here, I would say aloha and greet you with a floral lei (or floral necklace) and a kiss on the cheek. When you left I would also present you with a floral lei. In Alo-ha the ha part is the breath. Our friends are like the flowers we give. When we see them we share their sweet fragrance their aloha. The flowers in a lei have fragrance. A lei made of ginger blossoms with red roses has a very delicate fragrance. The lei reminds us of our breathing-- our lungs expand-- we take a deep breath when we feel joy. The idea is that friends are so close they breathe the same air. When friends feel the love, they take a deep breath. They feel joy at the sight of a friend, they sigh and feel loss of breath at the friend’s departure. aloha, Your new friend and admirer, Dr. Randall Larsen

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