Since there’s a healthy amount of thirst for Sebastian Stan out there on the internet and we’re trying to extend the joy that we experienced this weekend because from the looks of it, the loser is going to extend his f-ckery for as long as he can and destabilise democracy, here’s a short and quick post featuring Sebastian in Tulum with Alejandra Onieva. 


The last time we covered Sebastian and Alejandra they were on another holiday in Ibiza. Four months later and it looks like their relationship is still going strong, clearly super into each other on the beach.

I wish scenes like this happened in my favourite East Asian dramas. My current obsession is Start-Up on Netflix starring Suzy and Nam Joo-hyuk. These two leads are so adorable and so attractive and while I’ve only just finished the third episode, I can confidently say that they will not make out, at least not the way I want them to make out. Which is totally part of the charm of East Asian dramas because the way they build up romances, through intense eye-f-cking and slow motion camera work and great soundtracks, is foreplay unto itself. And when they finally kiss, chastely, it almost has the same effect as penetration. Sometimes though you really just want them to attack each other. Or get into the water and grind. 

Anyway, I don’t know how a post about Sebastian Stan ended up being about the tantricness of Chinese and Korean dramas but here we are. The holidays are coming up. Many of us will be staying the f-ck home because COVID numbers keep rising. So if you haven’t already, it’s time for you to immerse yourself in the world of C and K-dramas.