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Alexandra Daddario Couldn’t Get Laid in High School

April 24, 2017 | celebrity | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments

There are three myths sexy women working in entertainment would have you believe. They had or have trouble finding dates, they’re junk food addicts, and they simply want to find a nice guy with a sense or humor to settle down with. It’s unclear what public relations outlet first invented this trifecta of lies to make good looking women sound relatable, but it’s stuck. And it’s followed like the Gospel.

Alexandra Daddario and others have begun the Baywatch promotional tour. It’s going to be a month of nonstop Baywatch the Movie events, premiere, magazine spreads, sponsored commercial tie-ins, and auto play video ads on your favorite websites. You can’t stop progress. Or thirty million in awareness campaign spending alone. If discussions of Zac Efron’s abs are not your cup of down low tea, hibernate for May.

Daddario was hit up by People for her rehash of the big three chicks with big tits and hot faces profile fabrications:

“It feels really surreal — as a teenager I could never really get guys and I was pretty nerdy.”

“I had a bad ice cream habit that I cut out, and I did start weight training which was something I had never done before.”

“I just want to date someone nice. Like everyone else, I want to be happy so that’s what I’m looking for.”

By way of brief translation, Daddario was acting and modeling as a teen and wouldn’t give boys her own age the time of day, she once tried a spoonful of Haagen Dazs on a bulimia dare, and she’s currently dating a humorless hot guy with an outrageous watch collection. Still, it’s nice to know there are certain things you can count on.

Daddario later revealed that the slo-mo running and jiggling you see in Baywatch is actually filmed at regular speed and then slowed down, versus the cast running in slow-motion. You can also count on that from models.

 

Photo Credit: Fame Flynet

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