“Isn’t boring so much better than passion?”
Jennifer Lawrence’s take on a real relationship.
In Vanity Fair’s upcoming edition, the Hunger Games superstar reveals what she wants in a boyfriend – talk about the lowest maintenance, cool chick ever!?
So what are the prerequisites for being J Law’s lover?
1. A Guy Who Loves Reality TV.
“I would just rather have somebody that has the same taste in reality TV…” She begins.
“Shark Tank. Wait, Oh, Dance Moms—that is a good one!” she tells Vanity Fair.
“O.K., maybe my favorite is Dance Moms, but I do love my Real Housewives. But there’s also—there’s Doomsday Preppers. Hoarders is O.K. I find it gets a little boring after a while, but it’s great.”
It doesn’t stop there…
“I love Intervention, New York Housewives—and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, and Atlanta Housewives. I mean, I love them all, but Miami—oh, my God! Miami is really special.”
2. A Guy Willing to Bare His Soul (And Bodily Functions).
She’s not in search of a Hollywood romance… Lawrence wants a partner who, “you know, isn’t afraid to fart in front of me [rather] than to have big, passionate love. I’d rather have just a peaceful time. [Those relationships] are deeper because you can be your true self with somebody, and somebody can be their true self with you.”
3. A guy who REALLY eats
According to Vanity Fair contributing editor Sam Kashner, J Law is an “anti-vegan, anti-gluten-free consumer, having just eaten a breakfast of spaghetti and meatballs before the interview.”
She wants a man who will happily do the same… Describing the gluten-free trend as, “the new cool eating disorder, the ‘basically I just don’t eat carbs.”
4. A Guy like Larry David
“Do you like Larry David? I’m in love with him, and I have been for a really long time.”
She also LOVES Woody Allen…
“I worship Woody Allen, but I don’t feel it below the belt the way I do for Larry David.”
5. A Guy Who’s Not Up for an Argument
“I don’t like fighting, and I find argumentative people the most annoying people on the planet. Like, why do you still want to be fighting? It’s just unattractive,” she tells Kashner.
“We should both just move on and watch TV. Basically, what I’m saying is all I need in a relationship is somebody to watch TV with me.”
Yep. We’re in love.