I'm a hopeless romantic, and very much the person in a relationship to go: If things are going well, I'll buy the flowers, remember the dates of things, plan fun nights out.
I like reading, I like boring things, and yet I think people for ages had this image of me that I was on the tube with a chainsaw looking for any likely candidate.
Surely in a world of email, video conferencing and virtual assistants, isn't being expected to show up at the office extremely anachronistic? Yet to date it seems that where one works does matter. That creativity and innovation do feed off physical interactions between people.
Date a woman with children only if you are ready to man up, because it's a position that comes with responsibility.
Those shows I did with Queen were pretty surreal. I was really excited and super-flattered, but intimidated at the same time.
Just date people you like, then you're guaranteed to have fun.
I want to date someone who likes who I am as a person and not what I do for a living.
If a guy is intimidated by a woman in leadership, he has real problems with his own concepts of masculinity. That's a harsh statement, but I believe it to be true.
I love going on dates and talking.
The stage is my comfort zone, and playing live is what I've always wanted to do. It's why I want to do two hundred dates a year. I wouldn't feel that way if I were nervous onstage.
My intentions with any of my music is to keep it futuristic and updated and be experimental and try new things.
Like manchurian candidates, we have been made into manchurian consumers, who subconsciously buy when we are triggered by our brand masters.
I heard recently that I used to date Patrick Swayze.
What people are looking for are candidates and representatives that are going to work hard, tell it like it is. I'm unafraid to do things when it doesn't poll well.
It's rude to not try and look up-to-date. Is rude the right word? Yes! It's rude - rude to other people.
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