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That's one of the reasons they work." Similarly, Glitch says his girlfriend is impressed by his one-liners and his wit — but they don't blow her away.
The Han and Leia love affair is a reminder, Glitch says, to just be yourself in relationships. Glitch has dated "normal" (his word) women before, but they haven't always been enthusiastic about his "Star Wars" obsession.
Glitch recalls being on a first date with someone who asked, "So you dress up?
" When he said that yes, he did, "she went to the bathroom and never came back."But sci-fi super-fans can fall in love with "normal people," Glitch says, as long as the nonfan fully accepts his partner's obsession.
"They had me do it for them, and it just kind of blew up," he says. "She came up to me afterward and mentioned to me that she thought the host was funnier than the guys in it," he says.
Romantic comedy about six of Seattle's young people, most of whom live in the same apartment building and whose lives revolve around the city's ever-expanding music scene.When asked about his favorite "Star Wars" relationship, Glitch quickly dismisses Anakin and Padme ("he wound up killing her, so that's probably a bad one")."I really like the Han and Leia relationship you see in the movie," he says, "where Han is kind of cocky, and she's like: Who gives a s---?She's not impressed by him, but she is enamored by him."Star Wars" fans holding lightsabers and dressed as Jedi Knights collect their tickets at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in London.Comic-Con speed dating guru Ryan Glitch says "Star Wars"-obsessed singles may find sympathetic love interests at his events, held across the country."Star Wars" fans holding lightsabers and dressed as Jedi Knights collect their tickets at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in London.