Jac­que­line Ra­poso & San­jeev Rai

CLEO (Malaysia) - - LOVE & SEX SPECIAL -

Pro­ducer/Model, Pro­ject Man­ager/DJ (Nearly one year to­gether)

What made you re­alise you be­long to­gether? S: We can fin­ish each other’s sen­tences. J: Life with him in it is in­fin­itely more fun, and by fun, I mean watch­ing marathon episodes of ...

S: Law & Or­der: Spe­cial Vic­tims Unit! What’s your most com­monly used phrase to each other? J: “What should I wear?” S: “Hurry up.”

How you bal­ance each other out:

J: He’s the ra­tio­nal part to my fiery Latina side.

S: I stay head strong and she brings out the softer side of me.

Your favourite hang­out spot: Both: In bed, in front of a TV!

Who’s the blan­ket-hog­ger?

S: Her. J: No, it’s def­i­nitely him. He is an ago­ra­pho­bic cater­pil­lar in a blan­ket! Your most em­barass­ing nick­names for each other: J: In­dian gel-head. But I don’t say it,

I sing it. S: Katsu-don.

Your re­la­tion­ship role mod­els:

Both: Claire and Frank Un­der­wood from House of Cards! If one of you had a bad day, how would you com­fort each other?

S: Hugs and kisses for her, Tim Tams for me.

J: Yep ... Tim Tams and si­lence for him. What are your plans this Valen­tine’s Day?

J: I wrote him a song. Jok­ing, we’re watch­ing SVU!

S: We’ll stay in bed, watch TV and eat Tim Tams. Oh, cel­ery sticks for her. What would be your top three must-have songs on a playlist ded­i­cated to each other, and why?

S: “Never Too Much” by Luther Van­dross, “Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap, and “You’re So Vain” by Carly Si­mon. Be­cause she’s my vain trap queen.

J: “Never too much af­fec­tion” should be stamped across my head. How well do you know each other’s sig­na­ture dance moves?

J: We both don’t re­ally dance. He kind of does the arm thing. Does that count?

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