What’s more, it seems gentlemen don’t actually prefer blondes, with brunettes coming out top over blondes (28% compared to 26%). Linda Papadopoulos, said: “The idea of a ‘type’ is shorthand for similarities between the people you find attractive.However, this often becomes a checklist of things that are based on superficial features – such as height or age – and not the core values and personality aspects that really allow us to connect with people.
You're just temporary." Ouch, but point well-taken.
Rosanna joined the dating website ‘Match.com’ and met a man who called himself Marc Campbell.
He said he was a widower and seemed nice and caring. Marc Campbell seemed the gentleman and possible soul mate she could spend her life with – and it appeared to be mutual.
I've traveled to over 40 countries in the past 5 years, so although my long-term relationship experience is quite limited (it's almost Valentine's Day so I'd rather not dwell on that part), I still find going out with locals to be one of the most interesting parts of my experiences overseas.
However, the idea of becoming romantically involved with someone who calls home somewhere 5,000 miles away from my home is extremely counter intuitive.