I remember telling my mom early in our relationship that being with you just felt so easy, so right.
I've been told I'm a pretty good looking guy. Your immediate thought would be (or should be) "shit. When you're alone at night, any comment about it is going to make you feel very uncomfortable and very scared.“My values are at the top of my life so might as well find someone who shares in those. I used to play competitive pool which meant traveling around to lots of different bars and pool halls, there have been so many times when a random drunk woman has groped my butt when I'm about to take a shot. Being a girl and walking down the street—catcalls can be scary as shit. It's not a matter of taking a compliment the wrong way but it's how it's presented.I think of myself as a pretty handsome guy, but I had no idea the extent of it. Drunk girls are often way too aggressive—ass slaps and more forward speech but again, annoying more than offensive or scary. If a nice guy walks up to a girl and says she's beautiful with some genuine thought is very different from some guy yelling out after her.Turns out, I'm more attractive than I had once thought, and pretty much all women get too nervous to even acknowledge me. They just grit their teeth, fix their eyes forward, and walk past me without so much as a peep. The way it's been presented to me is like this: there are some really creepy people out there. Girls are something they want and might do some crazy shit to get it.
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But before he gets down to business (literally), he wants to find a normal girl who isn’t into the wild Hollywood social scene. I know it’s young in Hollywood standard, but my mom was like, ‘I need some grandkids! “I’m in no rush, Ry, but I want to meet that non-crazy girl that are kind of plentiful here in L.