Ranveir, 27, is a high-profile accountant with a high-profile MNC.
And yes, that’s how he describes himself.
He likes his matcha tea and his sourdough bread, and twice a month, he likes walking his dog on weekends. Ranveir guffaws at racist jokes, and occasionally ghosts a nice guy because ‘things are moving too fast, and I can’t handle all the expectations of this relationship’.
While the fact that he spells his name that way might ring a warning bell, something else seals the deal.
Ranveir is a self-proclaimed sapiosexual. How does it change anything?
Let’s get it straight. The word sapiosexual is thrown around as casually as the phrase ’sane and sorted’ is used on Grindr. It’s a security blanket used by boys to keep the douchebags away (completely unaware that it makes them sound like one too), assuming it’s going to draw in a string of smart, suave and eligible men straight to the bedroom (and beyond). But that’s the thing.
All the smart, suave, eligible men are taken.
And they don’t call themselves sapiosexuals.