elliot-wolf - January 1, 2018
Chloë Grace Moretz is not winning the war when it comes attracting unquestionably heterosexual men. After Brooklyn Beckham ditched Madison Beer to get back with Chloë is was clear that he’s into ugly women who look like pretty men. Moretz can’t be completely written off as unattractive but getting attention from addicts who get arrested for DUI and drugs named Aaron Carter isn’t helping her argument. It says a lot when someone so washed up feels like they have a legitimate shot at copulating with you. Also Aaron’s into dudes part-time. Him making love to Moretz is like a sexually satisfying two-fer. Biologically a woman with the body of a boy. Things couldn’t get better for Carter if he wished on a star.
Aaron Carter is still totally down to go on a date with Chloë Grace Moretz.
As you may recall, back in August, the Fool's Gold singer asked out the Carrie actress after she revealed she once had a childhood crush on the pop star.
The former child star insists the dinner request is still on the table, telling Us Weekly:
"Well, she said something about me. And I was just like, 'Yo, look. If you want to go on a date, it will be a good one.'"
Sadly, we doubt Aaron and Chloë will be hitting the town together anytime soon as she's currently dating Brooklyn Beckham. But it doesn't sound like the chart topper is too worried:
"You started it. I'll finish it though."
Being bisexual is a harder classification to fall into when it comes to men. From a heterosexual perspective once another guy tattoos the inner lining of his anus with another man it counts on the scoreboard for the other team. So my theory is that for bisexual men to not be considered gay they would have to be considered hole opportunist. Women come with a triple packaged option and men with two. Maybe Moretz will be ridiculously attractive one day but for now she’s stuck attracting men who haven’t come out the closet yet.
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