Attention world: Aaron Paul loves to snuggle adorable, innocent animals
Aaron Paul plays Jesse Pinkman on the show Breaking Bad. Jesse’s a bit of a ruffian (if by “ruffian” we mean “meth addict/cook, murderer, rehab prowler”) but, at the end of the day, you can tell that he’s got a good heart. Jesse’s soft side developed on the show through the writers’ realization that Aaron was such a sensitive guy, and that he could play that up in his character with ease.
That’s right: Aaron Paul was such a wonderful human being they just HAD to make Jesse Pinkman reflect some of his wonderfulness. Don’t believe me? Well, Nylon Guys’ September ’13 issue stated the following:
1. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul went to the zoo after long days of shooting.
2. There exists in this world a tortoise named BIG BOY.
3. Aaron Paul became buddies with Big Boy and just being with him would make HIS EYES LIGHT UP.
Let’s just let that sink in for a moment. Here’s Aaron with a tortoise (whether the one from the zoo or the one on the show, that is unknown) to help you visualize what kind of a beautiful thing this is.
Okay, ready to move on? Good.
Now, let’s talk about how Aaron Paul likes to do kitten puzzles in his spare time.
Watching The Warrior and doing a cat puzzle. Yes, a cat puzzle. Look at this cat. Cat is thinking some crazy thoughts. pic.twitter.com/P9Xn5YCG
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) March 26, 2012
Oh, I shit you not.
And we can’t forget that time that he tweeted about a BABY BIRD that was stung by a bee.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) August 11, 2012
Here’s the accompanying picture:
Yes, this is real life.
And finally, let’s undo all the stops, throw caution to the wind, and let it all go. Here we have a compilation of Mr. Paul SNUGGLING a LAMB during his shoot for Rolling Stone:
And so I place this evidence before you. This is not to prove that Aaron Paul is a nice guy. Oh no, this is to prove beyond all shadow of a doubt that Aaron Paul might just be the most perfect man in the world. Or, at the very least, that he is incredibly endearing with his love of innocent creatures.
Main photo by Peter Yang for Rolling Stone