Batman’s Robin Interview: Robert Pattinson Talks about His Love for the Dark Knight

I have always had a special place in my heart for the late great Robin Williams. I couldn’t help but feel a connection to his character after spending so much time with him. Growing up, I always had a complex relationship with the opposite sex. I was always afraid of being alone with a woman. I considered myself a bit of a ladies’ man until I hit puberty and boys started to appear more attractive. Since then, I’ve been in a steady relationship with Jo March since the first season of the much-adored Sherlock Holmes comedy, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. We have three children together and we live in East Sussex. Aside from the occasional comedy album or movie, I’m now mostly known for my acting career. I’ve had bit parts in several films and minor roles in TV shows. I’ve also done a fair amount of voice acting, most notably the evil wizard Zalbwyn in the Tales of Beedalóir movie. Hopefully, I will be able to establish a few more acting roles in future.

Actors vs. Actresses

I’ve always been a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to gender roles. While some may consider what I just said to be chauvinistic, I feel that tradition often wins over creativity in matters of love. That’s certainly how it should be in matters of romance and sex. It’s all well and good dreaming up original ways to woo a woman, but sometimes it’s better to stick to what is proven to work. While I certainly believe that women should be considered equal members of society, they still deserve to be valued for their looks more so than their intellect. Beauty is subjective and it varies from person to person, but there is clear evidence that good looks can enhance your appeal. It seems that men find women more attractive when they perceive them to be intelligent. I can’t say I’ve ever consciously tried to appeal to the opposite sex through my looks, but I suppose there is an element of sexual attraction in most relationships. The key is in learning to value your partner for their brains more than their beauty. This is why I feel that good old-fashioned romance is always more effective than complicated schemes. You can learn a lot from observing nature. For example, ants often have an efficient method of wooing: they dance with each other and if nobody objects, they will eventually start a family. Birds also do it. I find this particularly effective when trying to attract a particular gender. You don’t need to have an intricate courtship ritual if the other party doesn’t object. You don’t even need to propose. Just go with your natural instincts. Sometimes a simple “Hey, how are you?” is all it takes. You’ll be surprised how often this will work. In this day and age, it’s all too easy to get swept away by technology and lose touch with the basics. With the advancement of technology, it is very likely that we will one day be capable of creating life-like robots that will act as romantic partners. In the meantime, I suppose it is safe to say that technology has made it easier for people to fall in love without the need for a romantic partner. If it’s serious, you can put in the time to develop feelings for someone, but if not, you can simply have sex with whoever you please. This is certainly appealing from a social perspective. People can have casual sex without the threat of committing to a long-term relationship. This is very appealing to men, who often complain about dwindling sperm counts due to the toxic environment that they are forced to endure. It’s odd how a culture that values independence and autonomy so much has created such dependence on technology and the internet. Our bodies were not designed to work in such close proximity to electrical appliances. This has been scientifically proven. It’s also odd how so many people still get upset about something as simple as a missed menstrual cycle, yet remain blissfully unaware of the many other dangerous effects that their beloved electrical appliances have on their health. This, to me, is clearly madness. Unless, of course, you happen to be a woman trapped in a sexist society that treats her as an object and not as a partner. In that case, I’d say go for it. Enjoy yourself while you can. As I mentioned before, I have always found it easier to woo women with my charm than with my brain, but maybe it’s time to change that trend. Being a gentleman is never easy. Especially in this day and age. The world is changing and while I certainly value modernity, I refuse to lie down and let tyranny overtake us. Jo and I are certainly not immune to the charms of Lady Modernity, but I still believe that there is a place and a time for traditional values. It’s not like I’m a complete Luddite. I use my phone quite a bit, but I also believe that there is still a place for human interaction in a digital world. It’s all too easy to fall into a habit of spending entire days on social media. I suppose the key is to find a way to strike a balance between the two. As with most things in life, there is no single correct answer and it’s all about finding what works best for you. The bottom line is that if you want to attract a woman, it’s best to keep your charm at a minimum and go for the gusto. Women can smell a gentleman a mile away and they will find you irresistible. Just make sure that you don’t overextend yourself. It’s a delicate balance. I wouldn’t want to ruin a good thing. The main thing is to make her laugh. The key to a happy and successful marriage is a sense of humor, as it turns out. So, my dear Watson, what do you make of all this?