A pastor once told me that it was more important to like someone than to love them. I didn't understand that back then but I do now.
Even more interesting, I asked a friend of mine who recently celebrated their 40th anniversary what the "secret" was. He said simply, marry your best friend.
Now I'm not saying I want to get married tomorrow by no means, however I AM looking for my best friend in hopes it will lead to a beautiful future.
I've found from experience that people will try to conform to your tastes based on if they like your profile. That's deceptive. Just be YOURSELF. We all have our little quirks and flaws and the TRUE you will come out eventually through your actions and your conversation regardless. That being said...I'd like to meet an open minded woman  that loves to laugh and has a cool sense of humor. A woman of quality and class but is not snobby, uptight or pretentious. She knows how to handle her business but also knows how to play. If you desire a man who's free spirited, fun loving, loves life and finds humor in some of its complexities, slightly sarcastic, a musically inclined multi-instrumentalis t who's basically a homebody, one who could really care less about the club scene but doesn't mind hanging out from time to time, one who loves cuddling up with his woman while watching a good DVD with a glass of wine or whatever spirit she prefers, one who has a crazy sense of humor by definition of family and friends, one who is attentive, ambitious, optimistic, loving, a good listener, passionate, a good kisser(blush), kinda touchy feely, doesn't mind public displays of affection, creatively focused, mature, laid back, honest (I've been called brutally honest), spiritual and insightful, I just may be the one for you.