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If someone has patience in that way, I fall in love. David: At a certain point it doesn't matter, but again, not too much. But grammar is a thing with me—I'm a reader, remember. I like girls who own their own life and don't blame other people when things go wrong. Glamour: Will it turn you off if a girl you're into texts you too much? With help from his confidants, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner, "The Ugly Truth") - both reformed Grimm creatures, Nick must help those closest to him while still facing off against all manner of ancient evils, including royal lines dating back to the original profilers themselves, the Grimm Brothers.As Nick develops his ability to harness his inner Grimm, he begins to question what he once knew, never more so than when he is reunited with his mother (guest star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, "Scarface"), also a Grimm, whom he thought dead for the past 20 years. They didn't help me with girls because sisters are one thing, and girls you're going to date are another. [David with his dad, David Sr., at a baseball game last summer. David: I like girls that keep their nails nice, even though mine aren't. David: Eight hours of sleep, sugarplum dreams, drinking at The Meadow in Silver Lake. Glamour: What's the best thing a girl has ever cooked for you?
So send me your phone numbers, and I'll call you. David: Probably when I first got out here and was fresh off the Volkswagen from the drive out here. Glamour: Who would you die to have drinks with now? I had to pull over on Lankershim Boulevard because I didn't want to drive through a Poquito Mas. David: I was really frightened of how much work it was going to be, if I was going to be able to pull it off—basically I started to get nervous about actually doing the job. Glamour: Your Twitter photo is you with a photoshopped Santa hat on. Then I quit Twitter for a month, and when I came back on it was late January/early February, and people were really annoyed by it.  It's supposed to be self-effacing—it's supposed to be a joke—but maybe it comes across that I'm conceited, which I'm not. Someone called me a beefcake one day, and I thought it was the greatest word of all time, so it's going in there! Glamour: So cute that I'm thinking fans have probably asked the same of you now, and you should indulge them. David: If someone sends a phone number, I will call them. It was such a vivid memory because you work so hard, and you know that it's going to somehow change your life. You don't think about that part when you're auditioning! Glamour: You recently posted a letter you wrote to baseball star Bo Jackson as a kid, asking him to write you back or call you. David: I asked him for his phone number ] It actually did remind me of how important that stuff is for kids. Glamour: So if a fan gives you their phone number, I say you have to call it. Glamour: You've talked about your struggle as a kid with ADD. How do you handle that, and how does it still affect you? He did end up signing it—or someone did, but it meant a lot!
David: I used to be on Ritalin like crazy, but I'm not anymore because the side effects aren't positive. When I'm on set, there's a lot of downtime. I get very excited around people that I like, so when so-and-so shows up, I'm like, "Ahhh!
I don't know how to decorate a house, I don't know how to cook, though I would love to, but I appreciate when someone can take care of things. OK, and here's another thing: I say stupid things often.