The Fast & Furious beauty deliberates on buddies, sports bars and piston envy.

As told to Saidah Petrie; Photography by Nabil
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Men say: If I haven’t announced our relationship to my friends, then we’re not serious.

Jordana says: I remember a boyfriend once calling me a “good buddy” on the phone, which apparently means something totally different than girlfriend, and I was like, “What?!” The more honest you can be in the very beginning of the relationship, the better. When a guy’s hiding a girl from his friends, he’s either got someone else that everyone knows, or he just doesn’t think there’s a future.

Men say: We can handle our liquor better than women.

Jordana says: I dunno. I’ve seen some women drink guys under the table. Guys have an advantage because of their body mass, but I think if we were to get some scientists to deduct all that so we could go head to head, it wouldn’t make a difference. We tend to handle our liquor more gracefully than guys. I’ve seen a lot of sloppy-drunk guys at sports bars, screaming at each other and at the TV, and not as many girls.

Men say: Women always judge a guy by what kind of car he drives.

Jordana says: No, I judge him more by what kind of shoes he wears. I’m kidding. In L.A., people invest so much in their cars. Superficial people judge someone solely by their car. I will say that there’s a reverse stereotype when a young guy’s driving a Maserati or Rolls-Royce. You totally snicker, like if he feels the need to drive that car, there must be something wrong with him.