If you’re wondering why a woman you messaged hasn’t responded, it’s possible you may have accidentally blocked her. Just sayin’.
If you don’t want to read this, it’s your choice - I’ll assume you don’t want to know. Please don’t ask me for any of this info in messages. That’s why I posted it here. Thanks. .
INTJ-A female. If you're into MBTI you'll know it's rare - if not, you may want to google it. No worries if you don’t.
I'm fairly atypical. I know people ideally say no games, but this is one chick who actually means what she says, and vice versa. I can be a workaholic, but I'm not at all materialistic - I'm more of a baseball hat tomboy type most of the time. I can and do get dressed up occasionally and I enjoy that as well. It’s really not my not my style to hunt, but I’m totally ready and open to settling down if something goes in that direction. I have found that there are certain people you meet who are inspiring enough to make you actually want to date. If I click with someone with the same mindset and it’s mutual, settling down is my eventual goal.
I'm good with staying single until I meet a person who inspires me to want to be un-single.
-Has a sense of humor
-Has actual/pics information in his profile
-Ambitious/enjoys self improvement/enlightenment
-Animal Lover/Environmentally aware
-Able to extrapolate from this information if it describes you without me having to assess this (do you know yourself well?)
I have a habit of bookmarking interesting profiles to read at a later date by adding to favorites.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Since attraction is something you have to determine in person, I think a short, inexpensive convenient first meet is better for both parties than planning a long get together. If during the meet we want to then plan a "date", I'm all for it. The first actual date after we've met and know there's interest would be somewhere we'd discussed and both agree we want to do together.