He was English, witty, slightly bumbling, and had a crooked smile. He was also part of an emerging pattern: He wasn't the first British guy I'd romantically clicked with. When I first moved to Beijing right after graduating from Brown, I never intended to fall for so many English guys. I'd like to think that I did know, but judging by how headfirst I was diving into the relationship, I couldn't have been sure.
As he starts to climax, Bilquis places her hand on his head and deftly stuffs him inside of her. When asked about how the team brought the final version to life, visual effects designer Kevin Tod Haug begins with a single sound.
How does a girl from Texas end up with a tendency to go after English guys? Three years and four English boyfriends later, I was left wondering the same thing.
In my defense, I'd say Gwyneth Paltrow, who recently announced her separation from Chris Martin—who, in turn, blamed the breakup on his own lack of enthusiasm for life—would probably understand the initial attraction.
You can't exactly go on a Tinder date without figuring out how many gym selfies a person has. As if we didn't already know, 39% of participants cited grammar as a big cause for judgment.
Nothing sexy about a guy who doesn't know the difference between "your" and "you're." And least surprisingly, 57% of those surveyed admit that social media gives them FOMO.