The Quickie

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My happy place: Read­ing a book on the swing in my back yard in Los An­ge­les. I have a per­gola with vines and low­ers that at­tract hum­ming­birds. I have a weak­ness for: Shrimp with gar­lic-but­ter sauce. My mom used to make it ev­ery year on my birth­day. I think it was store-bought – but I didn’t know that back then. My worst trait: I’m dis­or­gan­ised. My wife Lau­ren is the op­po­site, so when we in­ally moved in to­gether, it was a jour­ney. My weird­est quirk: If my foot brushes up against some­thing, I have to brush against it with the other foot. I hide it pretty well, but it’s su­per-weird.

My most fear­less mo­ment: Sky­div­ing. You never look at the sky the same way again. I hate it when: Peo­ple use ‘lit­er­ally’ in­cor­rectly. It kills me … but not lit­er­ally. I can’t re­sist some­one who: Loves burg­ers with ba­con. I hate go­ing to din­ner with peo­ple who say, ‘I’ll just have some­thing small.’ Come on! We’re out to eat – let’s eat! I think it’s hot when some­one: Sends sexy videos. I was in a long-dis­tance re­la­tion­ship for years; there’s some­thing about see­ing the other per­son’s lips when they’re talk­ing about you from afar … or do­ing what­ever else from afar! In a word, my ­irst time was: Dis­ap­point­ing. There was a ru­mour that I was very sex­u­ally ac­tive, so I wanted to per­form. But I didn’t know what I was do­ing.

My mantra: Do what makes your heart sing.

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