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Sometime all it takes is a bit of inspiration to come up with a good personal ad of your own. I am self-sufficient, independent, honest, I have a great sense of humor, & family & friends are very important to me. I have a couple leads that give me hope that it may have been found, including a vague description.
A man who ONLY has eyes for me & can make me laugh are important qualities! Let's just relax...become friends & get to know each other... I'm putting out a world wide web bulletin to get everyone's help. She appears to be between 26 and 40 years old, but may appear younger than her age.
I also love just taking off in the car and going exploring.
Unfortunately, I am an awful navigator, but that leads to all sorts of adventures.
It’s perhaps the single most commonly asked interview question, and certainly the most important.
In spite of that, more than anything else, it’s the question that continues to trip us up.
The reason we’re so quick to respond to the question of “Tell me about yourself” with information about our personal lives is because that’s primarily what we use to define ourselves.
She loves rock & roll and may be found at concerts.
I have conflicting reports that she's either a blonde or a brunette.
She at least 5'7" (I am 6'), not a bbw, but doesn't live at the gym either.
She has high-maintenance looks with a down-to-earth attitude, values, and personality.
After all, it’s not always easy to big yourself up without sounding conceited or (even worse) desperate.