David: In my teens, I didn't have a good complexion, and I was very shy around women. I'd see a girl that I'd like and would ask my friends, 'How do I talk to her?' I'd sit there and obsess about my inability to be anything but shy around girls. That lasted until at least halfway through college. Eventually, I think I had enough women approaching me, [so I thought], 'Okay, maybe I'm not a beast.' I let my sense of humor come out and relaxed a bit.