Five men for the five senses, so to speak.
Five men I’d like
to date in 2013
François Truffaut, and many before him believed that a woman needed more than one man to keep her satisfied: one who would serve her physical needs, while another her intellectual ones. If you haven’t seen it, catch Le Dernier Métro with Catherine Deneuve and Gerard Depardieu, and you’ll get the general gist. In this article I’ll imagine myself as a Truffautian woman twice over (and a half) and list my five perfect men for 2013.
A lover of food could not but hope for a foodie lover in 2013, so my list could not overlook René Redzepi, co-owner and head chef of Noma, in Copenhagen, arguably the best restaurant in the world today. This modern day gourmet’s creativity with food and dexterity in preparing it are truly seductive. His passion for foor and his romantic concept of wiledculture, a sort of sustainable hunter-gatherer cooking phylosphy reveal a softer side to this northern star.
Last but by no means least, Leonardo DiCaprio. Possibly a childhood fantasy from the days of Romeo+Juliette, Titanic and The Beach, Leonardo DiCaprio has still a lot to offer, and well I don’t need to tell you what my perfect date with him would consist of.
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