I love all things geeky, I'm a goof, and sometimes a bit spazzy.
Not like the huge dungeons and dragons type I swear but nerdy none the less. I like Hi there, my name's Jessica and I guess the one thing you gotta know about me is that I'm a total dork.
I am very friendly, warm, love spending time at home but occasionally getting dressed up to go out with someone. I'm looking for someone genuine, honest, good at communicating their Hmm okay so I'm kind of a nerd I'll say that right of the bat and get it out of the way lol.
I only expect to get back freely and willingly what I myself give.
A larger or smaller guy-to-gal ratio may tell you whether you’re more likely to be surrounded by men or women if you are sitting in a typical bar or restaurant.
A ratio of 1 means that there is an equal number of single men to single women.
For example, if you’re looking for a marriage-material guy– a man in his 30s with at least a college degree who works the standard 40 hours a week or more and has never been married, head directly to San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle or Austin, Texas.
San Francisco has the second highest ratio of single male to single female (0.972), where 52% of adult men are single. suburb of Silver Springs, Md., 44.4% of adult women are single – of which, 14.6% are in their fab forty years and 38.8% work at least 40 hours a week.
I am honest and sincere but never take myself or life too seriously. I love the outdoors and I am looking for very feminine women like me. I am a very passionate and very affectionate person Hello! I also enjoy going to art fairs and in my free time I paint and I'm working FT and working on my Masters FT so if we're more than 30 minutes apart, it's not likely anything will develop. The 5 most important things to me in A relationship are Loyalty, Honesty, Comprimise, Communication, Respect. I speak 4 languages and I enjoy meeting new people. I'm a child at heart and I take my life Hello ;) I am here to meet her.New York has an estimated 230,000 more single women than men, Atlanta a little over 80,000, Philadelphia about 70,000, and D. Paul, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Austin, and Portland, Oregon.But the picture changes when we look at the ratio of single women to men and vice versa (essentially controlling for metros with larger and smaller populations). Atlanta has just *1,100 single women per 1,000 single men.