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Ant100

50 – Weybridge, Surrey, England

The Holiday, Love Actually - too many Christmas movies

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Online: Wednesday

Modified: 01 January 2022

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About him

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Weybridge, Surrey, England
Gender:
Male
Age:
50
Star sign:
Gemini
Height:
6' 2" (188cm)
Body type:
Slim
Looks:
Attractive
Hair colour:
Light Brown
Eye colour:
Blue
Relationship Status:
Widowed
Looking for:
Just online friends; Activity partners; Friends; Let's see what happens; A short-term relationship; A long-term relationship; Marriage; Something casual
Have children:
Yes, living with me
Want children:
No
Daily diet:
Vegetarian
Smoking:
Never
Drinking:
Occasionally
Education:
Postgraduate
Occupation:
Science / Engineering / Research
Income:
Comfortable
Ethnicity:
White/Caucasian
Home language:
English
Other languages:
Ask me later
Religion:
Agnostic

About his ideal match

Country of origin:
Anywhere in the World
Location:
Within 40 miles of postcode district KT13 (Weybridge)
Gender:
Female
Age range:
45 - 55
Star sign:
Any
Height:
5' 7" (169cm) - 6' 11" (210cm) or taller
Body type:
Any
Looks:
Any
Hair colour:
Any
Eye colour:
Any
Has a photo:
Decidedly important
Relationship Status:
Single; Divorced; Widowed
Have children:
Any
Want children:
No
Daily diet:
Vegetarian
Smoking:
Never
Drinking:
Any
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Enough; Comfortable
Ethnicity:
Any
Home language:
Any
Other languages:
Any
Religion:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In His Own Words

About him

According to the narrative of Christmas movies such as The Holiday and Love Actually, you know the type, the widowed gent should be the ideal date at our stage in life. Whether it is the Liam Neeson character overcoming the numbness of grief or Jude Law hiding his status as a widowed father they are the perfect find, and in many ways we are.

We have experienced tragic loss, have discovered empathy, we have learned how to use the washing machine and an iron, lived the school run and managing homework all whilst doing our day job and being stoic in the face of adversity. There is no angry ex-wife and trauma of divorce to deal with. All done with a zest for life and a confident smile.

That’s fine in normal times, where conversations can be had, friends can forward social events to go to or a chance meeting in a rural pub ends with a drunken fumble with Cameron Diaz. However, during a pandemic, and in my case, being a doctoral researcher, which means no team or work colleagues only academic papers to fill my waking hours the opportunities are scarce. Working at home full time leads to a drought in social interactions and it unfortunately means my daily walk can only yield so many casual conversations with strangers before I risk being branded a stalker and a community support officer is called.

So, sadly, in such times as these, and beginning the second year of isolation, I have unwillingly yielded to the inevitable conclusion that I am one community support officer call away from a court case, so it is time for the (slightly) lesser of two evils. I did online dating for about two weeks several years ago and intensely disliked it, so this may go much the same way and my time here may be limited. However, I assume you feel much the same and the brutal honesty of this endeavour will hopefully allow you to conclude that whilst all of the above is true the opportunity for a simple and easy conversation without the stress will be welcome.

About his ideal match

I will assume you feel the same way about the necessity of this on-line dating world we live in and would far rather have the opportunity to interact someone naturally. If so, we at least have something in common. The opportunity to meet in rural pub seems like a different world and I now believe a drunken fumble requires at least two negative PCR tests and a note from your parents.

Given that I have provided only limited ‘Why should people get to know you’ information I hope you have enough detail to conclude that it is worth seeking out more, just as you would naturally had you met me socially or through friends. The use of on-line dating is only a means of providing a couple of photos and some limited information about a person, to understand their character and if you ‘connect’ requires a lot more colour to be added.

Therefore, in order to circumvent the limitations of an online dating system let me offer some answers to potential theoretical questions you may have:

1. It was 1988 and my first time, my parents and friends applauded my efforts;
2. It is my own family tartan; it’s been over 25 years since I left Scotland and also, I am not related to Ewan McGregor;
3. Two, they are well behaved and require regular feeding, exercise and intermittent cleaning;
4. 2015 and I am getting better at it; however, I need to consider more research in that area.

I hope this clears everything up and you have lots more interesting questions for me to answer.

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Personality
Sense of humour:
Light-hearted
Intelligence:
Intelligent
Ruled by:
The head
Party behaviour:
A social butterfly
Personality traits:
Adventurous; Confident; Easygoing; Faithful; Generous; Intelligent; Loyal; Philosophical; Realistic; Sensible; Stable; Thoughtful; Trustworthy
Valued qualities:
Chemistry; Compassion; Contentment; Friendliness; Honesty; Kindness; Patience; Sexiness
Fashion sense:
Contemporary (I'm cool, but I don't need labels)
More physical characteristics
Hair style:
Medium
Eyesight:
I wear glasses only when reading
Facial hair:
I have a full beard
Body art:
I don't have any
Leisure & entertainment
Date activities:
A movie; Dinner at a restaurant; Going to the theatre; Meeting for coffee; Meeting for drinks; Going for a walk; Going to a museum
Reading:
I read books regularly
Movie frequency:
Once or twice a month
Sport involvement:
An active participant
Food
Cooking:
I have to cook
Go Out to Eat:
I eat out a few times a month
Dietary Restrictions:
I have none
More lifestyle
Pace of Life:
Organised
Time at work:
I work part-time
Pastimes of choice:
Spending time outdoors
Family contact:
I see them when I can
Relationship Type:
I'm just plain single
Likes & dislikes
Animals:
I love my pet(s)
Turn-ons:
Intelligence
Turn-offs:
Tattoo(s)
The deep stuff
Dream home:
In the mountains
Retirement plans:
Seeing the world in style
Honesty:
Extremely