Keanu Reeves Is Making The World Swoon Once Again For The Way He Interacts With Female Fans

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The top three most likely ways the world will end, according to a very academic study, are as follows:

3.) Nuclear War
2.) Global Warming
1.) The downfall of Keanu Reeves

Keanu is so hot right now his toenail clippings could be put on display at the Smithsonian. Sephora could become a billion dollar business if they just created a ‘Keanu’s Fart’ fragrance. Wives and girlfriends would abandon husbands and children just for Keanu to accidentally graze their shoulders.

Keanu Reeves has become society’s beacon of hope, a new standard of what is possible in the evolution of man, both physically and spiritually. He’s cracked the code on how to be ubiquitous while still mysterious, educated and indifferent, handsome with a touch of homeless. A study in contradictions, while still maintaining true to himself.

The world as we know it is not equipped for a headline like: Keanu Reeves’ Secretary Claims The Actor Masturbated At A Chuck E. Cheese. Can you imagine the fallout from that? It would be America’s Chernobyl, with Reeves’ proverbial radioactive jizz staining the very fabric this country was built upon, lingering in the air for generations as if to remind our grandchildren to never truly know your heroes.

But, until that day, let’s keep worshipping the ground this dude walks on by applauding every inconsequential thing he does. IT’S FUN!

The latest Keanu slurp fest was birthed from a tweet that demonstrated how respectful Keanu Reeves is when taking photos with females, especially when colored with the context of the #MeToo era.

When you look closely at the four photos below, you’ll notice that Keanu makes a concerted effort not to palm the backs of adoring female fans. A small respectful gesture that the internet has deemed to be saint-worthy.

This dude could seriously be the first Canadian-born human to become President of the United States.




If the virality of Keanu serves no other purpose in the future other than to remind me that the above GIF existed, it would be worth it.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.