And let's not forget the time he played an actual stripper as an extra on a TV show.Luckily, I've gotten used to sharing him (and his sexy bod) with the rest of the world.This also means I get requests from my mom on the reg: "Can you send me a pic of him?
on Netflix and crying into my Lean Cuisine lasagna. I matched with a few guys, but all I got were some douchey pickup lines and obnoxious trolls. I matched with a guy who, judging by his profile, was super-hot. As I watched him take off his shirt, I remember thinking, “This is going to be great.” I’d never been with a guy this hot before. During sex he seemed totally absorbed in his own world, like I wasn’t even in the room. He called me a few days later and asked me on a second date. He would look at himself in the mirror behind the bar, obviously fascinated by his own reflection, playing with his hair.
He gets hit on by girls—and guys—all over social media and IRL.
I don't think I should feel threatened by "@seximen1," but dude, step off.
(Yes, really.)His social media fans do more elaborate birthday Facebook posts than I do.
They legitimately pull every picture of him that they can find, make collages, and write heartfelt messages wishing him the happiest of birthdays—as if they're BFFs.
And ladies, let's stop with the desperate comments.