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dating her, "because I'll probably make you miserable."Big surprise, no one took that seriously for a second.The Oscar winner, once divorced and now happily ensconced in a live-in relationship with photographer Bryan Randall, has been a huge star for almost 25 years—meaning, she's been fielding questions about her personal life for just about that long.By now she's sat through interviews at every stage of the romance game, through the ups and the downs, when it was real and when it was just a passing rumor, during the honeymoon phase and then in the thick of the postmortem after it all went wrong.But through the majority of it, Bullock was refreshingly candid and often endearingly self-deprecating (see above quote) about dating and breakups (though she wouldn't usually say much star mused, "Maybe people spend too much time looking. You'd like to know that that person can, a, make you laugh, and , you know can really stimulate you and excite you when they're gone and you think about them. I have a thing for red haired Irish boys as we know," she quipped.
I can't explain why things worked out the way they did.You wonder whether you're going through a phase, or whether something is really not working, or if it's just another hill."Bullock has also dated a few of her co-stars, admitting to in 2003 that movie sets are "breeding grounds for that kind of stuff, so you just have to have a good set of rules going into it." (No.1: stay away from the co-stars who are in relationships.)"It's the greatest dating service on the planet," she said.We're friends." Adding "just" would "probably be a bit of a lie," she admitted."So I'd say we're friends."She said that Gosling had helped her, a self-professed OCD type, "to chill.