FHM: Any Stories About A Memorable Gift You Got That You'll Never Forget?
Emily Sears: "The most memorable gifts are experiences, I think. I really think that it all comes down to effort, though. If someone went out of their way to get something for you or they show they really thought about it, that’s appreciated. I like sentimental things."
FHM: How About Lingerie As A Gift? Do You Appreciate It, Or Just Think, 'This Isn't For Me, It's For Him'?
Emily Sears: "I love lingerie as a gift. A lot of women consider lingerie special, and they feel undeserving of celebrating their bodies with special lingerie. Every woman’s body deserves to be celebrated and decorated with pretty lingerie. I wouldn’t be offended if it’s a gift for him, either, because there’s intimacy in that. It shows that the thought about you wearing it, and visualized that. If a man I’m intimate with is fantasizing about a woman’s body, I take it as a compliment if my body is his fantasy. Intimate connections are beautiful because it’s not just about the time you have together on a physical level, it’s the bond that's still present in their mind when you aren’t there. I think that is romantic, that you can exist in someone’s mind when you don’t exist in their space."
FHM: We've Got To Know Any Funny/Embarrassing Stories From Your Family Dinner Table. Don't Hold Back, We All Have 'Em!
Emily Sears: "I can’t really think of anything specific, but I will tell you that Australia is really funny at Christmas time. Because it’s summer there, and it’s really hot, my family would have picnics outside or go down to the beach. But, what's weird is that we still have all the same decorations, so people have fake snow on their windows and snowflakes, but we are all in swimsuits by the BBQ!"
FHM: If You Could Only Get One Thing From Santa This Year, What'd It Be?
Emily Sears: "Maybe jewelry!? I never buy it for myself!"
FHM: Lastly, Gifts Are Great, But Being On The Naughty List Isn't The Worst Thing In The World, Right?
Emily Sears: "It’s not good on Christmas morning, but it makes life a bit more fun the other 364 days in the year!"