"Cuddle Star" Mike Fine Claims To Have Cuddled With 10,000 Women — And You Thought You Liked Spooning
I’m sure we all remember when professional snuggling hit the mainstream media and we were left wondering how and why this phenomenon entered the consumer market. The New York Post interviewed self-described "cuddle star" Mike Fine, who claims to have cuddled with 10,000 people — which is like, a lot of touching. Fine claims that cuddling is his “thing,” in the same way that you or I might consider reading a “thing.” Here is a person who claims his game is convincing women to spoon with him.
Fine tells the Post that he prefers snuggling “10 times out of 10 [over sex]” adding, “And at least cuddling I know I’m good at.” Which, lol. “Sex is like a chore, a routine — it’s like going to the dentist.” I for one find sex nothing like going to the dentist, and possibly Fine has never actually done either of those things.
Sometimes, Fine meets an adult woman who would like their interactions to escalate beyond snuggling, which is a total turnoff for Fine. “There’s nothing worse than a clingy cuddler,” he tells the Post. Nothing worse.
Fine would like us all to know that he doesn’t cuddle men, who’ve apparently sought out his “services” after hearing that he’s really good at getting cozy. A couple of the purported 10,000 women he’s wooed were reached for comment by the Post and seemed to speak highly of their interactions with fine.
No word on whether Fine is the big or small spoon.
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