Anna Kendrick’s Advice About The Kind Of Guy Not To Fall In Love With Is Very Specific
If you're a living, breathing human being, you've thought about dating Anna Kendrick. No matter your gender or sexual orientation or opinion of her role in Twilight, you've had at least one daydream about walking hand-in-hand with her on a boardwalk eating your own separate servings of cotton candy because sharing food is like so cheesy and I'm fairly certain Anna would agree.
If you were hoping to turn that pipe dream into a reality, you should know a few things about what Anna looks for in a partner. First of all, it sounds like you need to be a man. (DRAT!) But you can't just be any man. In Fashion magazine's February 2015 issue, Anna gives advice about the type of guy you shouldn't date, and it's very specific:
“The wrong kind of guy to fall in love with is the guy who will let go of the steering wheel as a joke. A guy who finds it amusing to make you uncomfortable – which is more common than you’d think – is someone you want to avoid.”
Okay, fess up. Which one of you let go of the steering wheel while you were dating Anna Kendrick? I need to know so I can give you a good talking to and maybe kick your ass. I agree with Anna that you shouldn't date someone who does that. Or be at all involved with them, romantically or otherwise. People who play stupid pranks like that are the worst. Doing the “Cups” routine with a cup full of soda in the passenger seat, however, is totally cool.
And don't try to hard to impress her, either. When asked if she would ever date someone like Chris Pine's Prince Charming in Into the Woods, Anna said she definitely wouldn't and even gave an example:
“I’ve never really gone for the razzle-dazzle types, no quarterbacks, no flashy guys and no Prince Charmings. Chris Pine’s version of Prince Charming is so funny, and so on-point, and very much all style and no substance. A [date] once picked me up in a Mustang and he was leaning on the hood of it. He waiting for me and I was inside my apartment, looking out the window, thinking ‘Oh, this is going to go terribly.”
No leaning on the hood of a Mustang, are we clear? Anna doesn't specify what she looks for in a BFF, but I'd guess list goes something like
- Be Aubrey Plaza.
- See # 1.
I'm trying my best to meet the criteria. Wish me luck.