I'm optimistic and bubbly yet laid back and down to earth. I've definitely got a sense of humor... if you're not laughing you're not living! I try not to take life too seriously.

Fitness is a huge part of my life, my future partner should have a love for fitness as I do. I stay active and am always on the go! I love cooking, a good book and going on adventures. I want to see the world, and that I will!

Huge sports fan, especially football. Sunday's are for family and football of course! Also, my family and my faith are everything to me!

I'm a very independent woman, who knows where she is going in life, and I would hope my future partner did as well. As far as what I'm looking for I'd have to say someone who has a positive and happy outlook on life, who can appreciate sarcasm and dish it right back.

In the second paragraph, she says: "that I will" , What is the meaning of this phrase? If she means "I will see the world" , what is the use of that? **that I will.

In the last paragraph she says ...dish it right back. What does it mean?

Thanks a lot.

  • I want to [see the world], and [see the world] I will!—She wants something, and will try her best to do it. "that I will" is asserting that this is not idle chat. – Phil Sep 1 '15 at 23:06

In the second paragraph ("I want to see the world, and that I will!") the meaning is: "I am very determined to do much travel and see the world." The "and that I will!" fragment could be re-written as "and I am very certain that I can ensure that this will occur through my efforts!"

In the last paragraph ("who can appreciate sarcasm and dish it right back") the meaning is: "I like the use of sarcasm and I use it myself, particularly when directed at me."

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