I read an article filled with assumptions about how Tom Hiddleston would treat his girlfriend and I find this article to be unfair. We know nothing about celebrities we know nothing more than what we see. We can decipher from their behavior but it is still just a stab in the dark.
You have no idea what kind of a boyfriend he is nor anything really. Or if anything that he says in regards to relationships and love is even truly what he believes. This is a man that said himself “people contradict themselves all the time”.
I mean, we have no idea what he is like on a bad day, what if he sad or stressed and you have a date will it effect the whole day, or can he pull himself out of it. We don’t know what psychological baggage he comes with either through past relationships or what baggage he has inherited from his parents. He could be the jealous type, or maybe he has been lied to or cheated on, which can make someone suspicious and un-trusting in a relationship, which would change the way he would be seen. yet with articles and fans ranting on about how perfect he is, could he really get close to anyone? Because if he shows them who he is flaws and all, more then likely, he will be rejected because they can’t handle the flaws he has, and if someone did aproched him had seem to handle him they could very well be useless when push comes to shove.
I mean, think about it: If some one came up to you checking you out and asking you out because they had this idea that you would be perfect for them with out even really knowing you. Would you say yes? I, personally, would say no. I wouldn’t have the heart or patients to break there heart with the truth of who I really am, and maybe you will throw a little test to see if they can handle it. But with the articles that are out and the ideas people already have…alright, I will stop, sorry a bit of a behavioral psychology buff so I will stop here. Anyway…
The point is no one is perfect and Tom Hiddleston/celebrities are no different. And, even if you make an assumption-ial stab in the dark and end up being right doesn’t mean you know them.