Look at how this doofus flirts
Alexander Skarsgard, Ellen Page, Patricia Clarkson and the cast of The East celebrated the film with a dinner at New York’s Stanton Social on Monday.
Though many of his fellow diners enjoyed gluten-free and vegan options, Skarsgard was “all about the meat and beer,” an onlooker tells PEOPLE. “He lightly flirted with his waitress. Pointing at his Brooklyn Lager, he asked, ‘Miss, could you bring me another fine brew just like this one?’”
The source adds that Skarsgard – who always appeared to have a beer in hand – had a great time joking with castmates, eating and dancing as DJ Omari Toomer spun tunes.
But it obviously works on da ladies
Around 2 a.m. Tuesday, “Disconnect” actor Alexander Skarsgard connected with a blond at Cafe Select who approached him while he was texting. Skarsgard didn’t seem too into her, but he soon moved on to a dark-haired woman who playfully “hushed” him at one point. Finally he found a blond who did catch his interest, and they headed to Spring Lounge around 3:15 a.m. When the bar closed an hour later, our snoop watched as the pair made their way to Skarsgard’s downtown hotel.
TROPHY HUSBAND by LAUREN BLAKELY
If you’re looking for a short and light read then go try Lauren Blakely’s Trophy Husband. You will sure enjoy this one for it won’t make your head spinning because this story does not involve any kind of drama. You want to lie low from the drama in romantic books that you’re reading and cliffhangers that will make you scream? Then read this.
McKenna is the female protagonist and this is her story. Trying to move one from the devastating heartbreak she went through when her ex-fiance eloped with some college girl right before their wedding, she and her friends came up with a plan of finding a ‘trophy husband’ for her. McKenna also runs a blog which she used to find her ‘trophy husband’.
Chris is this handsome, drool over kind of guy which also happens to be smart and a gamer. He runs his own company where he talks about different games. He and McKenna met in gadget store and the spark is obvious from the very beginning. They actually became friends while McKenna is doing her ‘Trophy Husband’ contest. In the middle of it all, they fell in love with each other the rest is history. Well, not really. In a story, there’s always that realization and McKenna did just that.
If ya think the story is just about meeting someone and then they live happily ever after, it’s not. What I like about this story is that how Lauren wrote this in such a light note but also gives a very thorough journey of a female in search of happiness. Yes, I didn’t like what McKenna did, ya know, the trophy husband and all but in the end she learned her lesson and acknowledges that fact that for someone to be happy and content, one must let go of the fantasy and just live. We all have qualifications or standards in choosing a partner but at the end of the day, what a person needs is someone who will love you for you and only you. And Chris is that guy and they have a perfect combination. :)
TANGLED (THE TANGLED SERIES 1) by EMMA CHASE
Beautiful Bastard meets He’s Not Just Into You and What’s Your Number?
I know Tangled is being compared to the book Wallbanger but this is something else. Something different and informative, in a way. Guys should read this book and well, for the gals, this is like a slap what was written in this book is effin right in every way possible. What he said about women is so damn true. He got it alright and for
some MOST women, we know it’s true we just don’t want to admit it. This is like a girls guide to boys and vice versa. Tangled is like you’re inside a man’s brain and it’s nice to read something that’s very masculine.
This book is told in Drew Evans POV. Yes, a male and in the beginning of the book, we get to see him locked up in his house for he is nursing a broken heart or as he likes to call it… Influenza. The guy is a freakin player. Women worships him and opens their legs for a guy like Drew Evans. And he said it himself, he is a player and he fucked a lot of women… until she met this lady named Kate Brooks, in bar who happens to be engaged and by the next day shows up in his company and who will be a new associate.
The playboy met his match. A woman who is different, according to him and who also happens to evoke emotions he never felt before. So, the story continues by Drew re-telling what had happened and how he ended up locked in his place for a week without cleaning himself or his place for that matter and how brokenhearted he is.
Drew & Kate’s exchange of insults are so much fun to read. Kate is a strong willed person and she knows what she wants and not ashamed to admit and go for it. Obviously, Kate and Drew compliments each other. Kate is the opposite of Drew when it comes to work & business. And that’s what I like about this story, the characters compliment each others flaws and insecurities in ways that includes bickering & insults. I like it a lot. And may I say I am a sucker for this kind of stoies? A player meets his match and ends up doing and feeling things he said he will never do nor feel. I can hear myself say, ‘WHATEVER” in the background. Hihihihi
“It’s simple guy logic: If a woman is angry? It means she cares. If you’re in a relationship and a chick can’t even be bothered to yell at you? You’re screwed. Indifference is a woman’s kiss of death. It’s the equivalent of a man not interested in sex. In either case—it’s over. You’re done”
“Here’s a fact for you: Most men can’t multitask.” | Oh Drew, I think most women already knows that.
I find myself laughing and nodding at Drew’s expression, his choice of words and his somewhat advice to women. Like the ‘Karaoke man’ line and a lot more. He has a crude mouth and very blunt in how he describes women but he is right. He is effin right! His sense of humor is impeccable but there were times where I wanna kick his balls because for someone who says he is an expert in women, both physically & mentally, he can be such a dumbass.
“Edward Cullen can take his stupid heroin and OD on it. Kate is my own personal brand of Viagra.”
Did I mention Drew Evans does not settle for anything less? Yes, he does not. That guy is definitely into grand gestures. Go BIG or go home as what others would say and surely, he will go for the gold. Drew’s determination is admirable. Guys should take note. Honestly.
Tangled is NOT like The Wallbanger and it’s not funny as some would say. This story is very different. This is a light read with hot sex scenes and swoony grand gestures girls would love even though some would say otherwise. I like how Emma wrote this story in a male’s POV. It’s something different, very good different. I’m hoping for more and since this is a series, I can’t to read more from the male POV.
4.5 amazing stars for this book!