Amanda Seyfried Can't Fall in Love Unless Her Vagina Feels SparksAnna Breslaw7/12/13 9:00amFiled to: dirt bagleah reminidavid miscaviagekevin jamessuri cruisehenry cavilllady gagagleekevin richardsonjohn travoltabetty whiteadam sandlertina turnerkatie holmesamanda seyfriedzalil twistjustin bieberdemi moorecorey feldmanchris brownparis hiltonkate middletonprince williamkaley cuoccoed sheerandominic cooperone directionkanye westkim kardashian2824EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkAmanda Seyfried is spreadin' gospel about the way (some) people's vaginas and hearts fall in love, e.g. no matter what Hollywood rom-coms say, the My Best Friend's Wedding theorem doesn't generally play out in real life.In the August issue of Elle, she informs us: "Everybody I've dated I've been sexually attracted to immediately. Sparks don't grow — your vagina doesn't become more inclined to wanting someone just because you're around them." Exceptions to this, sure. But for the most part, listen to the lady, Ed Sheeran.