It’s cool if you’re into that, but if not, I would stay far away from those words in your profile.An example of what being a sapiosexual is like: while on a date with a certain lanky Texan, he surprised me by talking about genetics (something science-y). That’s just a fetish or preference for glasses and/or secretaries. Stop calling yourself a sapiosexual.(I happen to like lean guys in glasses. Yes, it might honestly mean that he’s an outdoorsy dude or spends a lot of time at the gym/playing sports and wants to be upfront about that.
I’m inclined to agree with Shani, though, and think it is FAR more likely to mean that the dude places a lot of importance on the weight/physique of his potential suitor. The attorneys have been engaged, the divorce papers filed, and separate residences are being maintained.
Maybe a separation has been in place for years and/or the relationship has been platonic for a long time.
If there was a Masters in Online Dating, Bonnie’s earned it.
This means: (1) That Bonnie is a failure at dating AND (2) She’s accumulated a lot of experiences and knowledge about the dating landscape for middle-aged chicks in Austin.
Looking for fun — This guy has just given himself a free pass to treat you like an object and/or dismiss you as soon as he deems you no longer fun. I avoid this dude at all costs, but he’s perfect if you’re into a one-night stand or a brief fling.
Looking for a FWB (friend with benefits) — Take this guy at his word.
Currently separated — It’s your job to determine if he means: married and looking for a fling OR married but totally separated with a divorce on the horizon.
(Or you can decide to pass hard on this category entirely.)I promise to write a full story on my thoughts on the currently separated man, but for now I will simply say that I no longer date this category of guy even if the divorce is pending.
Nonetheless, I always ask guys if they are truly divorced (as opposed to “currently separated”) and how long they have been divorced.