A Little Bit About Me
Hello and Salaam. I work as a Software Engineer. Working out is a way of life and a passion as well as being a petrolhead (car enthusiast)
There are many qualities which define me and the important 3 in regards to work ethic are ambitious, dedicated and self-motivated..
I'm a pretty chilled and laid back type of guy. Driving without a destination (when i get time) is a way of de-stressing myself. Beautiful weather, chill music with a lovely breeze coming through the window and i'm happy :-)
I'm known to not crack under pressure. Mentally i'm very strong when it comes to work and dealing with major issues but quite soft at heart when it comes to love/romance. Just being honest.
I'm very adventurous and energetic.
I do love being spontaneous and random. Makes time a bit more exciting.
Come from a small but close family. I'm the youngest :-)
I do love banter and like to have a good laugh with a bit of immaturity when it calls for it.
And before you ask, no I don't do my eyebrows.
Don't really believe in the caste system. Being a Muslim is what matters.
Not going to include everything as I'd rather us have a proper convo.
Thanks for reading.
What I Am Looking For
A picture says a thousand words but I want each of our pictures to have a thousand memories. I'm always up for creating a memory.
Of course, I don't want to rush in to anything as I want things to be smooth like butter and tight as a rope but marriage being the main and only goal.
Looking for someone with a good heart, good personality, down to earth, loyal, sincere and is close with their family.
Having chemistry and being able to be on the same wavelength is a must and having an unbreakable bond and relationship is key regardless of what obstacles life throws at us.
Being able to go through thick and thin to which we look back at and then hug each other for coming out stronger and better together.
A best friend.
Being a practising Muslim is the main thing. A Muslim is a Muslim therefore we are open to all backgrounds.
Myself or my family don't celebrate milaad. If your family does but you yourself doesn't, then that shouldn't be a problem. Each fam do their own thing. But if you personally want to carry it forward then unfortunately we will be incompatible.
A chat will cover all important stuff of course so I'm limiting the info here.
Don't be afraid to say hello first ;-)
All the best.