Ian Somerhalder One of Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Males of 2011

Thanks to Jennifer (@jengor25) for the heads up on this and Tariel for this scan from the February 2011 Issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine. It’s their Fun Fearless Males edition and Ian Somerhalder is one of them! If you can remember, just last year, Paul Wesley was one of the Fun Fearless Males of 2010. Check out this feature where Ian talks dating deal breakers and how he likes to impress a girl. Click to view larger.


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  1. This man is just absolutely beautiful in every way. how many guys would write you a love letter with their toes!?? Gorgeous!

  2. About this part with animals. I have the same- I I could not meet with a guy who does not like animals. I also have in house cats taken away from the street ^^ So girls- love animals, maby Ian will love you :D

  3. Unfortunately, guys I’m going to have to remove the comments about Ian and Nina’s personal life. Hope you understand. Not mad or anything, just don’t allow discussion of that kind of stuff here. :)

  4. There’s nothing SEXIER in this world than a man who can cook. So many women out there (like myself) are useless in the kitchen because either their cooking is awful, they never learned to cook, or they simply don’t like cooking. A man as hot as Ian and who knows his way around the kitchen is my dream come true!!

  5. @ Kate: Most girls love animals – it’s the boys who have a problem with them! LOL I’m in my mid 30s so I’ve had a lot of boyfriends. I’ve dated 2 Hispanic/Latino men in the past who didn’t like animals. One of them hated cats. And the other was indifferent about cats but didn’t like dogs. He said they’re smelly & gross. I’ve also dated an African-American who didn’t like neither cats nor dogs! :(

    The American (white) men I’ve dated have always loved animals. So I don’t know if it’s a cultural thing or a socio-economic thing or what. Weird, huh?

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