The actor, that is, not the writer...
His first starring film comes out next week. It looks awful, tbh, but I hope it'll be a success so we'll see a lot of him in the future.
Do you think he has a big cock? And do you want to ride it as badly as I do?
That was Alden Ehrenreich, r9 - they're in "Beautiful Creatures" together.
OP, you should be aiming at someone at least 40 years within your own age. Otherwise it's just creepy.
The very fact that OP is aware of Thomas Mann, the writer, makes me think he's waaaaay too old to be into this dude.
I was reading Thomas Mann when I was in my teens, r12. I think you clearly had a very limited reading list when you were in your teens.
Get a load of Ms. R13. An EDUCATED pedo!
Wait. Didn't Thomas Mann write "Far From The Maddening Crowd Of Hissing Eldergays"?
It's a classic.
Literature, and perhaps history students at a good university/college would know Thomas Mann for "Death in Venice" (and less likely "The Magic Mountain") and/or his strong opposition to Hitler. He was the most famous expat enemy of Hitler in the U.S., and financially supported half of the other German expat authors in the states.
Like R13, I read "The Major Mountain" at a relatively young age. It's one of the 20th century's greatest novels. Mann won the Nobel Prize in literature for "Buddenbrooks."
You can't go [to his] home again. (Per the restraining order.)
That would be Thomas Wolfe, r17... not Thomas Mann.
Thomas Wolfe and Thomas Mann do have things in common. In both cases, their first books were
very critical of their respective home towns (Wolfe: Ashville, N.C.-- Mann: Lubeck, Germany). Both authors borrowed freely from their own lives throughout their careers.
The big difference was Mann's world-wide stature as a critically acclaimed author, whose books also made the best seller lists even though he wrote in German & had to be translated into English (and many other languages).
Thomas Mann the actor ...
Wasn't he in Death in Venice Film Festival?
Yes Thomas Mann, the actor, was at the film festival
Uh, he looks like he's (a) about 12 and (b) the younger babydyke sister of Rachel Maddow.
So no, not finding that a combo that says "Oooh, let me get up on THAT."