When it comes to finding love online, sometimes less is more when it comes to revealing the nitty gritty details of what you’re looking for in a partner.
Most people prefer to play the dating game pretty safe, maybe mention a few generic things they're looking for, and see what happens.
Not Alan Gallicchio, who has thrown romance caution to the wind by revealing his incredibly specific list of what he looks for in a partner.
The Italian entrepreneur has created a website, with the aim of finding love.
For those interested in Alan, the 37-year-old describes himself as “tall with pleasant look and a slender/athletic figure”. He’s also got degree in computer science, is multi-lingual, healthy and loves to travel.
But enough about Alan.
Here’s what you need to be if you want to nab a date with him.
Alan found himself 'unsuitable among the masses' and is looking for a special partner to share his life with. Photo: The Ideal woman project / Alan Gallicchio
“She should not be overweight and respectful towards her body, at least trying to eat healthy food and exercising sometimes,” Alan explains on his website.
Anyone with more than a 10-year age gap need not apply, nor anyone who is unwilling to relocate for love.
Alan wants a partner "who personally knows what cosmic pain/indifference is" and strictly doesn't want children.
A fluency in English is a pre-requisite, although if English is your first language, Alan thinks it’s “fair to ask for a second language.”
“I prefer classical outfits, or nineties trend with high waist pants and I don’t particularly like super thin high heels,” notes Alan.
Although he's focused on inner beauty, Alan admits he 'still can’t detach myself from the terrestrial law of physical attraction'. Photo: The Ideal woman project / Alan Gallicchio
“I obviously couldn’t be together with superficial females who can just think about career, fashion, holidays, owning stuff and have shallow conversations.”
For those women with a job, it might be something you’ll have to re-think as Alan won’t “accept a relationship with a wage-slave of 9 to 5” nor does he believe in “friendship between the opposite sexes”.
If you haven’t been deterred by Alan’s requirements, here’s a final checklist before you message him.
Sorry non-bicycle riders, Alan says no. Photo: The Ideal woman project / Alan Gallicchio