Dating farmers weekly
Dating farmers weekly
At Muddy Matches we have over 130,000 members who all have one thing in common: they love the countryside!
We're told that many of the best business ideas are developed in the pub, and this is where we were in 2006, mulling over the changing perception of online dating sites and their increasing popularity in urban areas, when we came up with the idea for Muddy Matches.
Integrity, kindness, a desire to provide for a family he loves, and most of all, a healthy need for emotional intimacy.
Sharing that is so huge, and something a lot of city folks are too selfish, neurotic, or scared to do.
Your homemade honey is delicious, I'm sure.) These were legit hard-working blue collar guys who like ridin' four wheelers and fixin' busted cars.
Of course they all like huntin' and fishin', and though I'm not a fan of guns, or NASCAR, or sports of any kind really, I am a fan of guys who aren't pretentious. In addition to being down-to-earth (as many of them described themselves), they also all seemed extremely emotionally available.
) These men described themselves as seeking a person with good character and strong moral values.
After combing through other sites looking at profile after profile of city slickers who so often seem dubious, the level of upfront vulnerability on Farmers Only was a totally refreshing change.
And what kind of woman do I want to spend my time with?
One who knows what she wants and who has the confidence to go about it in a moderate way."Um, I'm sorry, what? Then to top that off with, "the confidence to go about it in a moderate way?
One of the many types of men I have always thought would make a great match for me is a nice Southern boy, the kind who looks hot in a plaid shirt, plays guitar, and loves his mama more than sweet tea. For a site that thinks city folks "don't get it", there sure were a lot of farmers nearby, and I'm not talking about Brooklyn hipsters with rooftop bees.
I can see him now, dirty blond hair gleaming in the sunshine, out in a field chewing on a piece of wheat. (I mean thanks for saving the earth and everything, though.
Dedicated, kind, big-hearted family men who may not have all the words, but who do have all the feelings.