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Top 5 Dating Tips From Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp has long been regarded as one of Hollywood’s coolest A-listers. Marching to the beat of his own drum, Depp has proven that a leading man doesn’t need to look like a Ken doll. Certainly, his characteristic nonchalance makes him attractive to women, who routinely count him among the sexiest of male celebrities.

In this article we’ve put together the top five dating tips from Johnny Depp.

1- Don’t take yourself too seriously.
Depp has had some serious roles, for sure. He’s an A-list actor. At the same time, though, he’s had roles in Pirates of the Caribbean, Alice in Wonderland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. He’s an actor who recognizes there’s nothing wrong with a popcorn movie or a fun role. In short, he doesn’t take himself too seriously; that leads us to the last of our top five dating tips from Johnny Depp.

Women want guys who are fun. Of course, they want you to be serious about your job and about relationships, but they don’t want you to be serious all the time. Women want a guy who can make them laugh and a guy who can laugh at himself. So lighten up and you’ll be luckier in love!

2- Be Original
Depp has a distinctive style all his own: the facial hair styles, the wide-brimmed hat, the ostentatious jewelry. One can’t imagine someone like Jake Gyllenhaal or Robert Pattinson pulling off that look. Depp wears things that would make most guys look ridiculous, but he makes it work. How? He embraces his eccentricities. It’s clear he doesn’t give a damn what other people think. He wears what he wants.

Regular guys shouldn’t be afraid to be themselves. The key here is not to try to look more like Johnny Depp, but rather to look more like you. Wear things that you think look good. Looking cool is usually about having the courage to be yourself.

3- Money isn’t everything
Depp consistently chooses to appear in films that he finds interesting, rather than films that he thinks will be big successes at the box office. Yes, we know, he’s repeatedly gone back to the well-paying Disney-brand pirate, but he’s also played Sweeney Todd and Ichabod Crane; he’s starred in quirky films like Ed Wood and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Depp could make zillions starring in big-studio date movies or the latest comic-book adaptation, but he chooses to do things that interest him instead.

The rest of us should take note and remember that money isn’t everything. Girls appreciate ambition; they don’t respond to greed. If you show a woman that the pursuit of wealth is the only thing that gets you out of bed in the morning, you can just about guarantee you’ll be getting out of that bed alone.

4- Work with what you’ve got

Depp has never been a beefcake in the mold of Brad Pitt or Hugh Jackman. He’s always been a slender guy, resembling a bass guitarist more than an action hero. And even though he doesn’t have washboard abs and monster biceps, women still salivate over him. This leads us to another one of our top five dating tips from Johnny Depp.

You don’t need to be ripped in order to get a woman’s attention. You don’t need to be 6’4” or chiseled. If you have that going for you, great, but the most important thing is that you’re comfortable in your own skin and work with your body (from fashion to fitness), rather than against it.

5- Defy convention

You may not know it, but Johnny Depp actually dropped out of high school to join a rock band. Depp’s first step toward stardom, then, came from making an unconventional and undeniably risky choice.

While we don’t recommend dropping out of school, we do recommend that you don’t kowtow to custom and convention every day of your life. Just because something is different, it doesn’t mean it’s bad. Men who become truly successful don’t spend their lives coloring inside the lines. Maybe that means quitting your job to open your own business; maybe it means walking up to a beautiful stranger and asking her out on a date. Defying convention will help you stand out from the crowd, especially in the eyes of women.

The number of Palestinians killed in the Israeli regime’s ongoing military attacks on the besieged Gaza Strip has surpassed 1,360, with over 7,600 others having been wounded.

Genocide In the horror happening right now in Gaza there is NO place for distance or neutrality. It’s a war of occupation and extermination waged against a people with no means, confined in a minimum territory, with no water, and where hospitals , ambulances, and children are targets and presumed to be terrorists. It’s hard to understand and impossible to justify. And it’s disgraceful that western countries are permitting such genocide. I can’t understand this barbarism, even more cruel and incomprehensible considering all of the horrible things the Jewish people have gone through in the past. Only geopolitical alliances, that hypocritical mask of business -for example, the sale of weapons- explains the shameful position taken by the U.S., the E.U. and Spain. I know that as usual certain people will discredit my right to express my opinion with personal attacks, which is why I would like to clarify the following points: Yes, my son was born in a Jewish hospital because I have very dear close friends who are Jewish and because being Jewish does not automatically mean you support this massacre, just like being Hebrew does not mean you are a Zionist, just like being Palestinian does not automatically make you a Hamas terrorist. That’s just as absurd as saying that being German makes you Nazi. Yes, I also work in the U.S. where I have a lot of Jewish friends and acquaintances who reject such interventions and the politics of aggression. “You can’t call it self-defense while you’re murdering children,” one of them said on the phone to me yesterday. And others with whom I openly debate our conflicting positions. Yes, I’m European and I’m ashamed of the European Community that claims to represent me with its silence and its utter shamelessness. Yes, I live in Spain and I pay my taxes and I don’t want my money to finance policies that support this barbarism and the arms industry along with other countries that get rich murdering innocent children. Yes, I’m outraged, ashamed and hurt by all of this injustice and human beings getting killed. Those children are our children. It’s horrendous. I can only hope that those who kill will find it in their hearts to show compassion and be cured of this murderous poison which only breeds more hate and violence. That those Israelis and Palestinians who only dream of peace and coexistence can some day find a solution together. I encourage you to read the following links:http://www.msf.es/noticia/2014/gaza-israel-debe-dejar-bombardear-civiles-atrapadoshttp://iniciativadebate.org/2014/07/21/santiago-auseron-juan-perro-radio-futura-el-horror-que-se-disfraza-de-creencia/ Javier Bardem
Genocide

In the horror happening right now in Gaza there is NO place for distance or neutrality. It’s a war of occupation and extermination waged against a people with no means, confined in a minimum territory, with no water, and where hospitals , ambulances, and children are targets and presumed to be terrorists. It’s hard to understand and impossible to justify. And it’s disgraceful that western countries are permitting such genocide. I can’t understand this barbarism, even more cruel and incomprehensible considering all of the horrible things the Jewish people have gone through in the past. Only geopolitical alliances, that hypocritical mask of business -for example, the sale of weapons- explains the shameful position taken by the U.S., the E.U. and Spain.

I know that as usual certain people will discredit my right to express my opinion with personal attacks, which is why I would like to clarify the following points:
Yes, my son was born in a Jewish hospital because I have very dear close friends who are Jewish and because being Jewish does not automatically mean you support this massacre, just like being Hebrew does not mean you are a Zionist, just like being Palestinian does not automatically make you a Hamas terrorist. That’s just as absurd as saying that being German makes you Nazi.

Yes, I also work in the U.S. where I have a lot of Jewish friends and acquaintances who reject such interventions and the politics of aggression. “You can’t call it self-defense while you’re murdering children,” one of them said on the phone to me yesterday. And others with whom I openly debate our conflicting positions.

Yes, I’m European and I’m ashamed of the European Community that claims to represent me with its silence and its utter shamelessness.

Yes, I live in Spain and I pay my taxes and I don’t want my money to finance policies that support this barbarism and the arms industry along with other countries that get rich murdering innocent children.

Yes, I’m outraged, ashamed and hurt by all of this injustice and human beings getting killed. Those children are our children. It’s horrendous. I can only hope that those who kill will find it in their hearts to show compassion and be cured of this murderous poison which only breeds more hate and violence. That those Israelis and Palestinians who only dream of peace and coexistence can some day find a solution together.

I encourage you to read the following links:
http://www.msf.es/noticia/
2014/gaza-israel-debe-dejar-bombardear-civiles-atrapados
http://iniciativadebate.org/2014/07/21/santiago-auseron-juan-perro-radio-futura-el-horror-que-se-disfraza-de-creencia/

Javier Bardem
A Palestinian firefighter tries to put out a fire at a power plant in #Gaza on July 29, 2014.

A Palestinian firefighter tries to put out a fire at a power plant in on July 29, 2014.

#Gaza: More than 100 Palestinians said to have been killed in the last 24 hours

: More than 100 Palestinians said to have been killed in the last 24 hours

 

Free Ghaza.
Free Palestine.