Too shy to lyrics girls - Man takes out ad to find his wife
Conroy is a skilled pharmaceutical lab technician, but when it comes to women, he admits that he is clueless.
That's why he has resorted to advertising his single status in the THE STAR, trying to make a love connection with a woman who's ready to settle down.
"Mi nuh have a tree a grow inna mi face, and mi nuh have macka a bite mi. It's just that I'm a shy person when it comes to females. I don't know how to approach the female situation. It's like a heavy burden, mi get freeze, mi stuck," he told THE STAR.
Conroy said that over the years, he's been taken advantage of by women who only want him for his money.
"When I'm with a female and I ask them what it is they're looking for, most of them say they want someone who's loving and caring and trusting. When you put the thing to the test, they just want somebody who can finance them with their situations. You meet a girl for the first time and she start to tell you her life story, something always happen to her. It's never about you, it's always about your pocket," he said.
He added: "It's not that I make a lot of money, but I make good money."
Conroy also blames his single status as the reason he has not had sex for more than a year.
"It's not that I can't get sex, the offers have been coming to me left and right. But if me to have sex every night with every different girl, how do I survive? And to be frank, having sex with a lot of women, means that you have to maintain all these women, and that means that you have to go put aside a lot of other things," he said.
"And no woman nowadays want no mawga money. You cya look pan a girl and give her $4,000 or $5,000; she a go tell yuh straight seh she have maintenance," he added.
Conroy said he has placed his ad for a week now, but is yet to receive any calls.
"I'm looking for someone to really settle life with, where we can go 50/50, you share both good and bad times. You love the person for who the person is and not just what the person can give you. But it's as if them people ya nuh really exist," he said.