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Do you have a dating pattern?

Do you have a "type?" Have most of the people you've been with shared a common trait?

I dated a lot of "class clowns," most were creative types (minus my husband), and the majority were tall. Also, as I was a headstrong personality when I was younger, I tended towards more laid back people.

You?

silvereyes 8 Mar 25
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I love to stay in my heels, so I prefer taller.
With a kind heart.

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My dating patern is mostly not dating.

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Historically, I have three types I tend to attract:

  • Skinny blondes with big green eyes and some kind of childhood issue with at least one of her parents...

OR

  • Athleticly built, intellectual brunettes who seem to ballon up about a year or so into the relationship...

OR

  • Tall, attractive gingers that I have absolutely nothing in common with beyond great sex...
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The wIllIng!

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They were all crazy. Thats all I can say. I seem to be a crazy magnet.

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I like tie dyed.

jeffy Level 7 Mar 25, 2018
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Loud, brash, funny bears. Toss in a brain and a smidgen of nerd and I'm smitten.

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Dating is rare for me, I seem to be able to pick the angry women with a lot of baggage.

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Sparse. Living near the Bible-crotch (Oklahoma is called the buckle of the Bible belt, so Dallas/Fort Worth must be near the crotch), plus being very picky because I have made bad decisions regarding who I have dated in the past leads me to be cautious about who I spend time with.

In the past, seeking strong, independent women I have ended up with a few strongly narcissist choices who did a number on my trust, as well as some who were surprisingly insecure. I am working on better choices.

Moving forward, I can only be with someone who is very secure (emotionally, at least), strong, independent, creative, intelligent, and has a wicked sense of humor to match mine. That should be easy enough, right?

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Can a nonexistent thing have a pattern? Maybe void. Or far-off stars. I dunno. I dated an astrophysics student for ten years.

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Yes. It actually annoys me. I tend to be attracted to musicians or chefs, creative and traditionally non committal types, and then get irritated by their flaky dispositions or hesitancy to open up. I'm not monogamous, and don't have a ton of expectations, but I do need to truly connect or I am not just satisfied.

Well, you get good food and music! I write books, make apple trees, and have been involved in civic action.

@lucydaniels. its called a connection.

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She gotta be intelligent and inventive.

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Yeah, I don't date.Repeating zero is a pattern.

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First wife: flirted with hypomania. Second wife: off the rails ADHD. Third wife had deep dark clinical depression...so I guess its fair to say I attracted women who weren't mentally centered. To be fair though, when I met these women I had an undiagnosed mood disorder working its magic in the background myself.

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For me I always seem to date the crazy girls. And I enjoy that. People who don’t think like everyone else are the best

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Yes. Variety.

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I like people well read, I find that people that do not take an interest in intellectual behaviors, boring. Not that this is a big deal people that I have been with, with intelligence are much better with sexual behaviors.

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