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Online: More than 6 months ago

Modified: More than 6 months ago

About Him

Country of Origin:
Iran
Location:
Coffee Bay (southersuburb), Eastern Cape, South Africa
Gender:
Male
Age:
43
Star Sign:
Ask me later
Height:
186cm (6' 1.2")
Body Type:
Athletic
Looks:
Attractive
Hair Colour:
Dark Brown
Eye Colour:
Hazel
Ethnicity:
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Home Language:
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Other Languages:
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Religion:
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Marital Status:
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Looking for:
Just online friends; Activity partners; Friends; Open to possibilities; Short-term; Long-term; Marriage
Have Children:
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Want Children:
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Daily Diet:
Eat healthily
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Occasional Drinker
Education:
Postgraduate degree
Occupation:
Legal
Income:
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About His Ideal Match

Country of Origin:
Iran
Location:
Anywhere in South Africa
Gender:
Female
Age Range:
18 - 37
Star Sign:
Any
Height:
Any
Body Type:
Any
Looks:
Any
Hair Colour:
Any
Eye Colour:
Any
Has a Photo:
Not important at all
Ethnicity:
Any
Home Language:
Any
Other Languages:
Any
Religion:
Any
Marital Status:
Any
Have Children:
Any
Want Children:
Any
Daily Diet:
Any
Smoking:
Any
Drinking:
Any
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In His Own Words

About Him

I sadly say that, infinity isn't a number, according to Mathematicians. It is a concept, like a number does, but reflects a "thing" that cannot be reached, nor surpassed. It's there but you can't say it all ends up there, because you can always add 1 to that veeery big number you are thinking and you'll get another number bigger than the first one. Philosophical matter? Indeed! But, believe me, that's not a number.

About His Ideal Match

I sadly say that, infinity isn't a number, according to Mathematicians. It is a concept, like a number does, but reflects a "thing" that cannot be reached, nor surpassed. It's there but you can't say it all ends up there, because you can always add 1 to that veeery big number you are thinking and you'll get another number bigger than the first one. Philosophical matter? Indeed! But, believe me, that's not a number.

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