Date: 2018-02-20 14:33
Hm. Well, I look through photos first, and anyone with shirtless selfies, or really selfies at all is out. Next, I don 8767 t like men trying to look wealthy, powerful or important (not that those are terrible qualities necessarily, but they shouldn 8767 t be using that to get a woman/think that matters if they are my type and also usually indicates an inflated ego). They must have a photo of themselves doing some type of sport, but not too many of one sport (obsession/one sided personality is probable). Sports indicate they are healthy, enjoy games and play, and interact with other people outside of bars. Oh yeah, and a picture with them smoking a cigarette is probably the kiss of death (there is a reason the bad guy always smokes- see all movies since the 65 8767 s). Other than that, in the photo category, they must be smiling in most if not all of them. A picture with mom can be a warning sign at least in Dominican men. I am not interested in an adult man who wants me to take care of him like his mom did and potentially still does. I know that is a culturally judgemental statement, but it is how I feel about it. Also, and this is just my preference, they can 8767 t be fat, will get bonus points for being tall, and minus points for making hand signals at the camera. If they are too precisely groomed in all photos that is also a turn off for me. Artsy pictures are a plus at times, but only to an extent. Oh, and if their face is not in their profile picture, that is a bad sign. And lastly, his profile should probably include a picture where he doesn 8767 t look GREAT, like closer to what he would look like at 5 on Friday after a long week of work, or after climbing a mountain and not showering for days. Maybe not that extreme, haha. Oh man. This is hilarious to actually write. I mean, I think it probably comes off shallow or too critical. but these are my thoughts. I have never explained them before to someone If they pass the picture test, or come close, then I look at their profile. Spelling errors or typos are an immediate no. If a guy is 85 and his age range of 68-86, he is a no. After that, I look for humor (not required and not corny) and intelligence (biggest pull). Probably someone who mentioned travel at some point. Being bilingual earns you points. Working for Google or having given a TEDTalks will get you a date. If you like really shitty books, you are out. If you mention the word adventure, you are one step closer to a date. You have to appear to have fun and enjoy life (usually apparent in the pictures) And if you can 8767 t live without whisky AND for another item you put beer, you are out- that 8767 s a sign of a problem, not a passion, haha. Sounding open minded is helpful, mentioning your profession/career interests is probably good regardless of what they are unless you write you are passionate about making money. But really, so many different profiles have seemed interesting. I think when people write about being caring or kind, those are probably good words. I mean, everyone is a sucker for a shy guy, right? Takes the pressure off the date/talking. You can 8767 t come off as too conceited. Now, all of that being said, this is what I like. Other people clearly like different things because most of the profiles I read are terrible by my standards and they have to be working for someone? Plus, in the DR, I think your audience is very different. I am a liberalish American living abroad. My type is different than even most Americans. All of this being said, writing a profile is hard! I mean, representing yourself in that amount of the space isn 8767 t easy. I had so much trouble with mine that I just filled it with books and such. And left it blank for the most part because I feel like it is a less is more situation, and because I don 8767 t have that much faith in actually finding someone on it, at least not in this country. You never know though and I always take the option that leads to greater opportunity rather than ignoring obvious venues. Anyways, I am clearly an English teacher and could write for days ) Plus, I am waiting for my friends to arrive. I missed the memo that we were operating on island time, haha. Does that answer your question though? Are you looking to like improve your profile? Or is this a way to find out what I am looking for? Because if you were aiming for the latter, I probably didn 8767 t really answer that question. I am, however, a professional reviser of other people 8767 s words, so if you meant the former, let me know. I can help you out, haha : ) Also, there was something published by Wired not long ago about the sort of data driven answer to that question. Interesting read if not useful to you. Okayyyy. Well. Ya. There it is. Adios. Hope Friday night treats you well.
“Viva La Vita” – living the life. The Italian Tenors named their new album with a purpose – to regain passion and the Italian way of life. Furthermore they have drawn a line between popular Italian pop songs and classical music. The three handsome looking Italian opera singer Mirko Provini, Sabino Gaita und Evans Tonon starting with their second album a high-end interpretation of Italian pop and movie songs.
The three have performed professionally in operas for years, so it is all the more exciting for them to be able to combine their classical origins with their soft spot for pop music. Their début album "That's Amore" broke the boundaries of genres, conjuring up a glorious piece of art with the Tenors' very own musical energy, which fully captivates listeners.
For all of them it is an extremely exciting journey to connect their musical heritage with their passion for popular Italian music. It is incredible how three classically trained artists take a walk in the realm of pop music and have interpreted great Italian pop songs and canzoni in their own unmistakable way. “Viva La Vita” took a step further and exudes the Italian way of life.
Of course, such a blend between the two musical styles has been done before - but only The Italian Tenors can warm your heart after only a few notes. With their personality, their Italian charms and their tuned sophistication that is rarely ranked this high: the three extremely talented opera singers have taken the leap into another field and challenged to win the hearts of their audience. Mirko Provini says: “Our new album mirrors a wealth of emotions. We created a whole new and fired atmosphere with our interpretations of Italian pop songs. The melodically feeling of Bel Cantos, popular orientated music, is timeless and worked both in classical and pop music. And that’s what we wanted to show.”
The three never left their path while they’ve worked on plenty wonderful Italian pop songs. They arranged a musical adventure with passion and abandon combined with talent. “It is for us as Italians to create a breathtaking mix of passion and culture to build our own composed world. That’s always a concept of our work”, gushes Evans Tonon.
Magical moments await the audience, evoked by the opulently arranged fireworks of the sounds of those great Italian pop gems, charmingly and no less professionally celebrated by genuine experts in their field. This cocktail of multifaceted voices performing Italian hit songs with an international flair - this is what makes "Viva La Vita" an especially seductive musical experience, making (not just women's) hearts beat faster all round!
Brilliant, notable and exciting are just three adjectives the Italian Tenors can be described with. Their new album connects to their traditional sophisticated music, is a homage to Italian songs in generally and tries to bring passion and emotions to a fulminated expression. The tenors made sure that nearly forgotten jewels of Italian music culture were not missing, either. They put a dignified monument to the Italian way of life with their new album “Viva La Vita”.
Sabino Gaita, whose parents are from Sicily, was born in Milan, here he studied piano, clarinet and saxophone, before receiving his formal training as a singer. He has performed worldwide and lives now in Turin.
Mirko Provini was born in Luino, next to the Swiss border. He has studied sociology and education and music at Milan’s conservatory.
Evans Tonon is a trained singer, actor, voice actor, and overall performer. He is passionate about all forms of entertainment, with a special interest in Broadway theatre and old black and white films.