We spoke to sweetheart Jaynie Johnson from Blacklist Store and asked her our famous question.

Here’s what she said:

“I think women want someone who can read their mind, and know exactly what we need and when we need it. Until you find yourself a crystal ball… kindness, authenticity, humour and holding hands ought to do the trick.”

Want to know more about Jayine and the Blacklist Store?





We spoke to the amazing Nicole Benton & Danielle Benton from When Words Fail. We asked them our famous question and here’s what they had to say.

“Woman want to be healthy, confident and successful in everything they do. They want to be respected and loved. In the ‘fashion world’, (something we face every day) woman want to be comfortable in their own skin. They want to be able to buy affordable yet stylish clothes to make them feel beautiful.”


If you want to find out more about the girls, check them out at:




In tribute to Paul Walker we thought we would share with you a romance that every man has.

A Man & His Car.

Here are all of Brian O’Connor’s cars from The Fast and Furious franchise.


Fast and the Furious

1- 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

The FBI built car that was destroyed by Johny Tran. the-fast-and-the-furious-eclipse-actkrgpv


2- 1999 Ford F-150 Lighting Edition

The Truck Brian drove to look tough in front of Mia at the sandwich shop. “Tuna on white, no crust.”FordF150

3- 1995 Toyota Supra

The car that started the bromance, between Brian and Dom.


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4- 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

The car that made everyone want neon lights.


5- 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII

Where the stare and drive was invented.


6- 1969 Chevrolet Camaro (Yenko SYC Edition)

The car that Brian won in a race, then launched it into a boat.



Fast and Furious

7- 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

The return of the GT-R.


8- 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI

Dom repaying the debt of a ‘ten second car’.


9- 1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Driving Dom’s car as his own, to break him out of prison. (Or just a prison bus.)


Fast 5

10- 1971 Nissan Skyline C10 GT-R

Brian showing his loyalty to his GT-R


11- 2010 Dodge Charger SRT8

The bromance continues between Dom and Brian with matching Police cars.


12- 2010 Nissan GT-R

Bromance going strong with another long scenic drive together.


Fast 6

13- 2010 BMW M5 E60

When in Europe, drive what the Europeans drive.

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14- 1970 Ford Escort MK1

Ford vs Tank


15- 2010 Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Brian trying out some Italian engineering.


16- 2012 Nissan GT-R

The GT-R is back!

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Fast and Furious 7

17- 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

Rexy to the rescue.

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18- McLaren MP4-12C

Because when you’re in Dubai you can’t be seen driving a GT-R.

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19- 2014 Nissan GT-R

One more GT-R


20- Toyota Supra MK4

The final drive :(

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A gentleman uses his words to inspire and build. A foolish man or a jerk uses words to deject and destroy. A gentleman’s character inspires people to be the best version of themselves. A jerk’s character provokes people to do the exact opposite.

Gentleman VS Jerk.

These are both extremes and it is most likely that most men, at least the human, imperfect ones, find themselves balanced with room to grow. This isn’t a hopeless label, but a distinction based on behaviour that provides a platform for men to grow into the men they are and not shadows of themselves.

Generally, a jerk is obvious. His mannerisms, words and behaviours are his tells. When people encounter him, normally, they don’t leave with positive vibes. Most of the time, he is dealing with issues in his life, he hasn’t yet solved. This creates baggage and since life stops for no one, he finds himself rubbing off on the people closest to him. He tends to be toxic to be around. Usually, regardless of the mask he puts on, a jerk gives off the impression that his world is shaped by the walls built around him.

There are five tells that you’ve met (or you are) a jerk: 

1. Inconsiderate: Insensitive, careless, rude, impolite, tactless

2. Critical: Fault-finding, demeaning, derogatory, withering, belittling

3. Narcissistic: Conceited, egotistical, vain, self-absorbed, stuck-up

4. Dishonest: Deceptive, cunning, elusive, fraudulent, shady

5. Lazy: Inactive, sluggish, lethargic, slothful, unready

Now, the amazing thing is that one doesn’t have to stay stuck in this category. It is a label. The beautiful thing about labels is they aren’t permanent. They can be peeled off. A gentleman is an old term that describes men who carry themselves with dignity and honour, then pass that on to the people, especially the women, they encounter.

There are five character traits of many, that reveal you’re moving in the right direction. A gentleman is:

1. Wise: Aware, intelligent, insightful, informed, knowing

2. Honest: Candid, authentic, real, truthful, sincere

3. Intentional: Deliberate, designed, purposed, studied, wilful

4. Generous: Friendly, gentle, gracious, loving, understanding

5. Brave: Courageous, heroic, bold, valiant, daring

In relationships, a man is proven to be untrustworthy if he cannot hold his word, protect the woman he is with or take a stand for what he truly believes. A gentleman is not simply a man wearing three-piece suits, has a well-groomed moustache, wears a top hats and dapper shoes. He is a man who knows he is a man. He knows that his manhood means something. He knows his presence is weighty. He isn’t a slave to societal pressures, expectations or perspectives. He is empowered by his strengths and propelled by his weaknesses. He is beautiful. He is dashing. He is a gentleman.

This goes beyond holding the door open or pulling out the chair. A gentleman adds a rich quality of life to everyone he encounters. He is never forgotten.
Eniola. A


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We had a chat to the gorgeous Nicole Lucas, Junior Fashion Editor at Cosmopolitan Australia and asked her our famous question. Here’s what she said.

“I want to feel empowered and independent, feel loved and be treated like I’m irreplaceable, but I also don’t want men to feel intimated by my career or the strong character that I have. Most of all, I want to be respected. I’m very career driven and for women like me who focus a big part of their life on being successful there is a lot of pressure to settle down and have kids, which is an end goal, but as I get older I’m starting to realize I want it all, but there is no need to rush. Lastly, as women we want to be treated equally, in relationships, single life, just general life I guess, but most of all with wages. So it’s fair to say what I want as a woman is not that simple. BUT I’m a complicated one and I’m sure there are a few more out there who want more than what society tells us to be. :)”

If you want to find out more about Nicole’s skills when it comes to fashion, check her out at: