Call me a polygamist if you like, but here it is: my heart doesn’t solely belong to Idris. A heart can hold many rooms. So can an Italian villa. Anyway.
This is Michael Fassbender.
The hook, line, and sinker happened when he portrayed Edward Fairfax Rochester in the 2011 adaptation of Jane Eyre. I saw it more than once in the movie theater. I saw it more than three times in the movie theater. I’ll stop here.
Happy Wednesday, dear readers.
If you love Fassy as much as I do, I can share, I guess.
5 Replies to “because it’s Wednesday.”
hahaha I love him too, and his beautiful blue eyes x
Yesssssss! Those eyes…
Lol, I wonder how I missed seeing this.
Ah! Monogamy is so 1999, our loving hearts were built to accomodate all the crushes and romantic dreams in the whole wide world.
For a second, I thought Mr. Fassbender was Jude Law (British accents make me weak at the knees) , then I looked closely, and remember him from ’12 years a Slave’,
Hmmm, I am a bit undecided on this one, my chronic “Lupita-ism” has made the distinction between movie and reality quite fuzzy you see, he was so mean to her, so right now I am not so sure about how I feel about the delectable Fassy. XD
Hahaha. Try, try, TRY to see Fassy as he is and not how he was to our dear Lupita.
Speaking of British accents, when I was in London a few months ago, it was a waking dream, all those accents around me. 😍 I wanted to swim in the voices…
Ok I’ll try, but only because you insisted.
Lol.. I think it’s a very sexy accent.