48 • Grafenwöhr, Bavaria, Germany
Male / Divorced / ID: 259477
Seeking Female 35 - 40 living in Germany For: Penpal, Friendship, Romance / Dating
Beach / Parks, Camping / Nature, Cars / Mechanics, Concerts / Live Music, Cooking / Food and Wine, Family, Home Improvement, Library, Music (Listening), Music (Playing), Movies / Cinema, Museums / Galleries, Photography, Reading, Theatre, Traveling, Writing
Classical / Opera, Country / Folk, Metal, Rock
Auto Racing, Hunting / Shooting, Jogging / Running, Motor Sports, Tennis / Badminton
There are just too many to mention. I love Ridley Scott films. Honorable mentions are Peter Jackson, Wolfgang Petersen and anything starring Audrey Tautou.
There are not so much favorite books, but favorite authors; Michael Crichton, Peter Forsythe, Patrick Robinson, Ken Follett (sometimes), Peter Mayle, Polly Evans, Stephen Clarke, Bill Bryson and William Least-Heat Moon.
I'll eat anything except onions and avacadoes.
I'm a rocker, favorite bands are anyone for whom Ronnie James Dio sang. Other favs are Iron Maiden, Yngwie Malmsteen, Whitesnake, Ozzy, Kamelot, Krypteria, Alice Cooper. I detest rap and hip hop.
Well, I shop most at Eddie Bauer, Lands End, LL Bean, Cabelas, Bass Pro, Orvis, Travelsmith.
If it's any indication, my favorite shows are Coupling, The Office (British version). I prefer dry, sublte, sometimes obtuse humor rather than pie in the face, slapstick, dick jokes, gutter humor.
I love to run. I play drums, but poorly. I love reading. Trying to learn guitar, but I do that worse than playing drums.
All over the States, of course. Been to Guam, Japan, Ireland, France, Czech, Albania, Greece, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq (but that wasn't much of a vacation) Canada, Mexico, The Bahamas, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzlerland, Austria, Italy, Sicily, Holland, Germany....
I would love it. The greatest part of traveling is immersing oneself in the culture and learing how we're different, how we're the same and how we can meet somewhere in between.
Two people in love can make any weekend perfect.
Hard to say. Our perceptions of ourselves is tainted. There's the person we see, then there's the person others see. The real person is somewhere in the middle.
People aren't cars. You don't go shopping for options. I'll know her when I meet her.