She said: ‘You do feel like you’re living in a fishbowl.‘It’s frustrating [that] it’s the most mundane things that make the news – how boring!
It’s a singular feeling when you’re 33 and talking to your mother and she says, “You know what I think you should try?
” Then there’s another feeling when you say to your mother, “Well, Mom, I had this weird feeling about meeting women and telling them I live in a van full of climbing gear, but then I realized I really only am interested in women who could be interested in a guy who lives in a van full of climbing gear.
’ And although the actress is happy with her relationship and how things are going, she prefers her joint ship name with GOT co-star, Maisie Williams, which is Mophie over Jophie for her and Joe.
In a comeback that’s just all kinds of brilliant, she sassily quipped: ‘What’s that thing they say?
Relationships come and go but friendship is always there.’ Turns out it’s not all gloom and doom, and there are some plus sides to dating someone in the celeb bubble as she previously told In Style: ‘I found it easier to date someone who understands the industry or is in that world.
‘You realise that you’re not going to see each other all the time.
But it turns out there is a downside which bizarrely involves feeling like you’re living in a fishbowl.
Game Of Thrones star, Sophie Turner, has dished the dirt on the annoying side of being in a relationship with the DNCE member and getting all the attention.
So she was surprised when he stayed behind her for the entire ride up the hill. Now she’s happy with a guy whose main thing is paragliding, and he’s remembering how to belay and they’re climbing together and actually having fun doing it. If I speak for other dudes who are dirtbags, we are especially in tune when we see a woman who exhibits characteristics that suggest she likes to wear backpacks, or sleep in the dirt, or do pullups.