First of all, if this man opens his door and talks to me like that, he’ll be in trouble because I may have to start taking off my clothes then and there. Come to think of it, yes, please. Second, if you have not binge watched Strange Things, or seen the new Hellboy movie, please do so now. This man has that man-next-door charm down pat and is a very good actor. And I have a special weakness for men over six feet tall with nice hands and soft eyes so here's this post.
On with the house, now. And the house here is just an excuse to ogle the man, of course, because there's always a good reason to objectify men in this blog. If you wanna get a more in-depth treatment when talking about houses, you should visit Bob's blog and check out his Architecture Wednesdays. My purpose is, as always, less clear. But as per custom, it is focused on an appetizing piece of man candy.
Oh, yes, the house. It's a New York city apartment, and this is a BIG apartment for New York where matchbox boxes go for three thousand dollars a month in rent. What I like about the apartment is that it's deceptively simple. The living room/dining room/open concept kitchen and the renovations they did (pocked doors, bookcases, use of light) and the awesome ceilings really make this place.
Also, he's got plants! And books! What's not to like? Remember that John Waters advices never to fuck anybody who does not have books in his house. It's a rule I've always tried to follow. And it's worked so far. And David has tons of mementos and things that have a story and make good conversation pieces. And that bathroom! I don't know how he keeps that plant alive (those are very resilient, I've had three of those for YEARS!) but the bathroom is awesome.
So, yeah. I watched the whole video and did enjoy the house, but really, that man. I think I have watched Stranger Things because it's a good story but he has really been a joy to follow. He's a good actor and on top of that, he’s absolutely adorable in interviews. He has spoken about mental illness (bipolar disorder, I think), like he did on Colbert and that's a plus. He comes across as centered, mature and self-deprecating. Yes, please. A hunk with a penchant for cool projects and a conscience? Take me now.
And what did you think of the house?
That Antarctica photo
Gratuitous shirtless gif because dadbod.