Thursday, 11 June 2009

Sam's Man Criteria

Certain people are now on the prowl. No, not me. Some people are busy looking for a man FOR ME. So, Kal etc, here is my updated criteria list:

- Christian, and more spiritually mature than I am (not hard)
- Wants LOTS of children (preferably Quiverful)
- Not able to be bossed about by me; he has to wear the pants
- Wants to adopt internationally and / or foster children
- Willing to homeschool

Pretty Important:
- Tall and not-a-stick
- Can eat a WHOLE LOT of my cooking
- Can sing mostly in tune
- Employed / Employable. Student = okay, as long as he's not taking 10 years to get an arts degree
- Between ages of 23 and 30

Would Be Nice
- Loves to read
- Funny
- Awesome personality (to quote Kal - "personality is important. It's what's going to keep you from killing them, and me from killing myself.")
- Able to dance and will dance with me to random music
- Supplies me with the essentials - chocolate and tea

Now Kallie etc - get to work


Sam-Is-Mad said...

Unlike what my mum thinls, I probably don't need a man who will beat me around.

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with taking 10 years to do an Arts degree :-).

I know what you mean though - if you have good reason to take 10 years to do an arts degree (eg. working at the same time, sickness) fair enough. If you are taking 10 years for 'no good reason' not so good. Or at least I hope this is what you mean.
- Steph

Sam-Is-Mad said...

Yes and no. I mean, mitigating circumstances would count for something. But I need a provider, and if he has trouble getting an arts degree, he's going to have trouble feeding a family of 22.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I do see what you mean.
- steph

- k o R i - said...

yes ma'am =P

Sam-Is-Mad said...

I also forgot to add that he needs to be willing to make PDAs on a regular basis - even in church. If he doesn't want to kiss me in front of people, I think we have a problem.

joce said...

hmmm...I think I would have trouble getting through an Arts Degree...

Sam-Is-Mad said...

That's all right, I think you're a bit short for me anyway.

shaun said...

PDA's? That acronym has been taken. Unless you really want a Personal Doormat Assistant.

Sam-Is-Mad said...

Public Displays of Affection.