Robert Pattinson As Robert Pattinson Is Not Sexy

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Robert Pattinson talks too much
It seems that every time Robert Pattinson speaks off script he gets less attractive.

Yet again, Robert Pattinson has said something that takes our lust levels down a notch when it comes to crushing on the brooding, be-glittered one. 7 Traits Of Irresistible Men

This time it's to the U.K.'s Daily Mirror about how much of a limp-fisted wimp he was in a fight scene with a stunt man for Remember Me.

"I hit with what I thought was my full strength. I hit his face about four times. And every time I was like 'I'm sorry, I'm sorry' and he was like 'it's fine. It didn't really hurt.' That was kind of an ego deflator."

He admitted he hasn't been in a fight in real life "for a long time".

"I'm too scared. I think if I got into a fight now someone would just kill me." [Source: Mirror]

From vagina allergies that make us question his sexuality to the realization that "yes, Robert, you do indeed kind of look like a cartoon character," we have to ask: Is he trying to make himself unappealing? It's not that far-fetched of an idea. Men Have Insecurities, Just Like Women

Previously we have reported on his inability to see anything of worth in himself: "I just don't take any of [the attention] seriously. It's just a job and while it's a job I love, girls scream out for Edward, not Robert. I still can't get a date."

And maybe he has a point. It's his characters that we love. Not him.

Time and time again it just seems that he is uncomfortable in his skin and completely lacking in confidence. Perhaps it's just a British thing, but this self-deprecating humor is bordering on sniveling self-consciousness. And that's not attractive on anyone.

Update: Does not this interview with The Sun make Robert Pattinson seem on the verge of a mental breakdown AND confirm everything above?

Being well known is a real burden. I'm less open and have noticed that I'm actually getting paranoid.

If people push themselves on me I find it grueling and repulsive. If I even think someone wants to approach me I feel the need to scream, 'What do you want of me'. Then later I think, 'What if this person only wanted to be nice?' "

It's all been given so easily. What did I do to deserve this adulation? I am convinced I need to work at least ten full years to actually earn the status I've apparently being given. The more I act different characters the more I learn. I know it might be risky, especially with the added pressure of fame. Certainly with the fame that has been thrown in my lap."

"I want to grow as an actor. I don't want to be typecast as the romantic hero. I'm not going about wishing everything was back to how it was in the past - although sometimes I do as it was so much easier."

 

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