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Atl
45 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Seeking: Female 21 - 37
Home type: Condominium
Justin
40 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 27 - 35
Home type: Condominium
Whenever someone asks me what I look for in a girl, or what I consider my ideal girl to be, I can’t help but reference the characters from one of the most beloved series in contemporary American literature: the Archie comics. In the off chance that you grew up in a small village, isolated in the jungles of Guatemala, or were raised by bible-thumpers who thought that the Double Digest was nothing more than a brochure for an eternal life of damnation, you probably read enough Archie’s to recognize that almost every plot would center around one central dilemma: who should Archie choose, Betty or Veronica? Betty was the cute "girl next door" whose sweetness and innocence were often overshadowed by the sexy and manipulative Veronica, who almost had enough money to buy a personality. These two girls were more or less one-dimensional representations of girls I have encountered in my own life. I mean, sure, the occasional Archie comic would give a rare insight into the other side of each girl’s personality. Like the time Betty surprised all of Riverdale High, including Archie himself, by reinventing herself as the mini skirt-wearing, cleavage-popping “bad girl.” Or who could forget that one magical Christmas when Veronica suddenly grew a conscience and helped a homeless family celebrate the holidays in a decadent fashion? So I guess the eternal question remains: who would I choose, Betty or Veronica? The answer? Neither of them. I would choose Midge. She always managed to be sexy without overstepping the fine line of good taste, and was hipster cool without the calculation or pretension. She saw the good in everyone. I mean, she had to; she was dating that walking jock strap, Moose, who was illiterate. And she valued intelligence, because she always flirted with that Dilton, the unspoken prototype of Bill Gates. But there wherein lies the problem to this whole Betty versus Veronica debate. When asked who I would choose between two types of girls, I opt for a third girl who is in a committed relationship with a douchebag. And maybe that’s why I find that I am invariably single. Not because I’ve dedicated my life to some righteous, lifelong quest to find the ideal girl, and when I do find said girl she is almost always taken. But because I spend 75% of my free time pondering this truth by referencing fictional characters from a comic book.

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