Australian born chinese dating
who wants a best friend and bed buddy About me: I’m Self employed so have flexibility I have 2grown up daughters that live away from home so I now live alone with my dog I’m very independent so looking for a friend an equal that I can laugh with, talk with, and enjoy the warmth of their body at night and sensual and loving touches as I am very affectionate My Interests: Music is important and a big part of my life I enjoy Gardening and constructing things and restoring Woodwork I also do a little painting but it’s a personal thing that I don’t share with just anyone I’m not into sitting watching tv for hours or playing online games I’m a creative person that likes to keep busy and if I’m not I like to sleep or even better have a bed partner to play with What I am looking for: I'm looking for someone independent, happy in their own skin. Im artistic and love going on country drives exploring new places.Ready to start a new adventure.someone passionate that gives defection as well as receives it. I like camping fishing and enjoy spending time with people.I love the outdoors and like any woman........shopping, this is so hard. I feel I am a fun loving person, honest, loyal, have a good heart, and I just treat people how I\'d like to be treated.Of course, I like spending time with family and friends. Would like to meet a person with the same values as myself.I think we all have ideals but they may not all be there........know when you meet the right person.I am looking for someone who wants to be in a relationship and is ok with my boys.
Also a good family man who loves a big family, someone who has a good sense of humour and doesn’t take himself to seriously must have a placid nature like mine. About me: I grew up a small town in Victoria, I’m an aboriginal artist.I have 2 children and 6 grandchildren whom I love dearly.I\'m ready to go out and find myself and meet someone e with similar interests and ideals as me.Many terms are derived from the Australian habit of using diminutives, and are not necessarily offensive in their use.Some terms, for example "gypo", have been reclaimed by some ethnic groups to refer to themselves and have become acceptable in certain settings when used without derogatory intent.
Australians use a variety of colourful terms to refer to people.