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Speaking of dance, I am recently into Salsa, and Tango… For those of you out there that are good looking and striking out with women—balance is what equals success.
He starts off his profile by being humorous and even a bit on the mysterious side. I have a neglected 12-string-guitar named Calypso, who now only has 10.5 strings, but I like playing her.
Girls fancy mystery (as long as the truth gradually comes to light as the relationship progresses). I have a banjo who’s in perfect condition, but that’s because I never play him.
He’s in tuned with his tender side, opting to trade in the ocean for “daily spooning”, all the while not coming off as too girly.
He has a whimsical side and women always respond well to that—it allows them to fantasize.