For example: How serious are you about tiny houses, on a scale from one to 10? So what is the single tiny house person looking for? As it turns out — as with any dating site — a person’s preferences can get pretty specific.
For example: I am searching for a petite and attractive lady too share my life with who is a one man kind of women some one responsible and fun who shares my dream of building a mortgage free homestead and having a quality life based on respect for each other.
[sic] It’s not every day that a shared desire for a mortgage-free homestead factors into someone’s image of the perfect mate, but hey — why the hell shouldn’t it?
And there’s at least one tiny house designer catering to the single-and-searching as well.
My interest in tiny houses is, after all, well-documented.
It was slow-going, however, because the website’s capacity was overloaded for hours.
Social life is slowly drifting away; people no longer value their time with friends and loved ones.
The most common excuse is that of chasing their career.
If ever there were an indication that the tiny house movement has some longevity, this might be it.
And I saw one single man and his date, in this cabin,” he said.
“I tried to focus on this lonely man, and make a good space for him and his date in the plans.” He raises an important question: If you live in a small cabin deep in the woods, how do you propose to bring someone back to your home without sounding like a serial killer?
I’m from Texas and I live in a cabin.” He is also an imaginary person.
Joshua Woodsman is an alter-ego invented by a Czech architect to appeal to American audiences, who he tells me are more interested in small-scale living than Europeans.