SPLOOSH: Oscar Isaac Plus Puppy Sets Twitter Aflame, Lions Raging
Oh, Oscar Isaac. You’ve been slyly sexy for years. But it wasn’t until recently that the world fully understood the breadth of your talents and baeness. Whether you were douchebro-ing it up in Ex Machina, folking out in Inside Llewyn Davis, or fueling slash fic with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you’ve been driving us wild. But this.
This Rolling Stone cover is too much. It’s just not fair! SOME OF US NEED TO WORK AND NOT BE LURED FOREVER BACK TO YOUR ENCHANTING BEDROOM EYES + ADORABLE DOG PAL!
Twitter responded about how you’d expect.
Have mercy. pic.twitter.com/hkwXSF5yn9— Maggie Serota (@maggieserota) May 18, 2016
OSCAR ISAAC WITH A DOG. I REPEAT. OSCAR ISAAC WITH A DOG. NOT A DRILL. https://t.co/eiO2EzoxlM— Kelly Lawler (@klawls) May 18, 2016
Wait, Oscar Isaac legit has a Boston Terrier? DOES THAT MEAN WE'RE BEST FRIENDS?? https://t.co/ASQ93m1flM— Brian Truitt (@briantruitt) May 18, 2016
Oscar Isaac with dogs > Tom Hardy with dogs. Don't @ me. https://t.co/6ExWRKptMa— Max Weiss (@maxthegirl) May 18, 2016
But that’s not all. In the accompanying Rolling Stone cover story, our crushing-it crush gives his thoughts on weed (“I should’ve been doing this a long time ago!”), Trump (“definitely irritating”), and on being The Internet’s Boyfriend, saying—presumably with a playful smirk and dreamy gaze—“The Internet never struck me as being into monogamous relationships. It’s very promiscuous, the Internet.”
Isaac also shared some lyrics to a song he’s writing. Gird your lions:
“I have released myself from fear,
But I go crazy when you’re not here.
Anything worth doing is worth doing in bed,
The life that I see is a life I’m ready to begin.
It took me a while, but now I welcome you in…”
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