I have recently started talking to this guy who I met on Tinder and we have surprisingly so many interest and likes in common. (I talk to guys quite alot this way but most don’t go anywhere or we have little to no shared interests).
We both have a similar education background, both have slightly older parents, both have cats, live in the same area, and have similar goals for our future.
We both have the same fav movie (pirates of the Caribbean), the same fav drink (rum), the same fav restaurant (Wagamama), and soooo many more just like this. It acc got to a point where we thought it was kinda weird how much we had in common.
After I matched with him and talked to him on tinder we then exchanged instagrams and snapchats. I had a look at all of his photos and found him very attractive.
It wasn’t until recently that we decided to FaceTime and get to know each other more. He was well dresses, looked hot just like in his photos, but their was one thing that kinda put me off.
I am personally very attracted to deep, slightly older, ‘manly’ sounding voices. His voice wasn’t high but defiantly not as low as most men and didn’t fit what I usually find the most attractive.
He is such a nice person and we share so many interests but I can’t get over the voice thing and I don’t want to sound dramatic but I’m not sure if I could listen to him speak for a long period of time without getting little annoyed.
Do you think this is a deal breaker for me or am I overreacting and throwing something potential great away.
I am going to meet up with him early this week to see if we get on in person (I usually do this early on when texting someone new as I think it’s really important to establish if you get on in person as most people are very different on text). I want to hopefully see if meeting him will give me a different view on him, but thought I could come on here and maybe get some advice.