Gerard Butler Wants Less Love, More Sex

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Gerard surprises no one by admitting he's 'not a big relationship guy.'

Gerard Butler will grace two covers next month—W Magazine (alongside his Bounty Hunter co-star and rumored girlfriend Jennifer Aniston) and Men's Health. In the latter mag, Gerard reveals that he's not nearly ready to settle down, stating, "I'm not a big relationship guy. One of my vices is, I'm too wrapped up in myself and not always in a good way." Are You Dating A Narcissist?

Gerard also takes a page from Robert Pattinson's playbook by whining that fame has adversely affected his love life. However, unlike Rob, Gerard is much more interested in screwing than dating, and he's most definitely not allergic to vaginas. He explains, 

I think I get laid less now than I used to, because I'm way more paranoid now—look at f***ing Tiger Woods! I mean, I'm nowhere near as naughty as I used to be, partly because I did a lot of that when I was drinking...I'm not saying I've cut that part out. I'm certainly no angel. There's no smoke without fire. But, here's the thing: while they're accusing me of that, I've probably been off somewhere else doing damage with someone else...I'm pretty smart like that. I know how to get away with these things. [Source: Monsters and Critics]

What is this guy talking about? Is he trying to say that he has Jenn passed out in the backseat of his car, but he's going to stop over at Lindsay Lohan's for a quickie? Right before he picks up a bottle of champagne and heads over to Gabourey Sidibe's place? Gabourey Sidibe Hits On Gerard Butler

What does Gerard think he's "getting away with," exactly? Being a man whore? Hello, we already all knew that! But we give Gerry a pass because, unlike Tiger, he's not married. And we can't fault him for being honest and upfront about what he wants: sex. And lots of it. With lots of different women. We just hope he's using lots of condoms!  Top 10 Eligible Hollywood Bachelors

Photo via FlynetPictures.com.

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