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William, 22

Job: Concessions server, Strand Theatre

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Step up to the bar at Marietta's Strand Theater and see if you can handle the dazzling smile and adorable sweetness of William. Disarmingly nice, refreshingly open and astoundingly handsome, William's pining for the quirky girl of his dreams. As his nominator points out, he shouldn't have much trouble: "He is tall, lean, muscular, a dancer, straight, and many would describe him as a perfect piece of chocolate ass." We'd take him over 3,000 douchebags any day.

Relationship status: Single

What's your standard drink?

Either a Jameson and ginger ale or a Scotch on the rocks.

What band were you obsessed with when you were 14?

Ben Folds Five — love Ben Folds.

What's your guiltiest pleasure?

I watch "Adventure Time" on Cartoon Network. Absolutely hilarious cartoon and I can't help but reference it all the time, but no one else watches it but me.

What's your least favorite household chore?

I'd be lying if I wouldn't say cleaning my room or cleaning my apartment. I hate cleaning. Ugh!

On which reality TV show should you be cast?

It's not a reality show, but I'd like to be one of the "Mythbusters." That's as reality as I can get.

What's the last thing that made you cry?

I got a little teary-eyed during the opening of The King's Speech with Colin Firth. He couldn't start his speech and it was very sad to watch Helena Bonham Carter be like, "That's my husband and he can't speak because he's so nervous." It kind of got to me.

What's the last good book you read?

I re-read The Great Gatsby for like the 13th time a couple of months ago. It's my favorite book.

What do you wish someone would hurry up and invent?

Satellite television for a car. Not safe at all.

What's the lamest pick-up line anyone's used on you?

I was watching soccer at Meehan's downtown and a lady came up to me and was like, "So I see you like Liverpool. Can I sleep with you?" That was it. It was 5 o'clock in the afternoon and she was three glasses of wine in and I just kind of said, "No."

Where do you take out-of-town visitors?

Six Feet Under. Favorite seafood in the city.

What's the first album you bought with your own money?

I think was Justin Timberlake's first album. We would dance to it in high school, so the songs kind of got ingrained in my brain.

What's the best way for a customer to hit on you?

Not to be trite and a douchebag, but leave me a nice tip and be very hospitable and then, as you're leaving, write your phone number on the bottom of the credit card [receipt]. It's happened before. A lady wrote her number on her receipt and she was like, "I don't need this — but you do," and she slid it to me and I was like, "Alright, I'll take that."

Who would play you in the movie of your life?

The only person I can think of right now is Will Smith, but he's far too old to play me. Young Will Smith. Like, "Fresh Prince" Will Smith.

If you were a groupie, who would be the object of your obsession?

Either Katy Perry or Zooey Deschanel, which is weird because they kinda look similar, so they might as well be the same person.

What's the one thing you most hope to accomplish in 2011?

I'd like to travel. I'd like to get out of Georgia for a little while and clear my head. Around the country, abroad, wherever I can get out and just veg out for a little while.

What's your least favorite thing about Atlanta?

MARTA. I can't stand it. Terrible, terrible, terrible.

Is there a drawback to being attractive?

When people tell you you're attractive, but then when girls still go home with some guy who is less attractive, and is a douchebag. Are people are just lying to you to make you feel better or is this actually true?

What's the weirdest thing in your house?

I have every note ever written to me from high school in a big bag behind my hamper and I've never done anything with it. That could be a little creepy.

Name one thing you've stolen.

When we were kids, I desperately wanted to play my friend's Super Smash Bros., so when he left the room, I took his copy and ran home. I gave it back.

Who's the most important person in your life?

That'd be a sure toss-up between my mother and my best friend. My mom is the reason I am who I am, for better or for worse, and if I didn't have my best friend I'd probably pull my hair out.


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