If you have been watching
The Bachelor this season – which has been fantastic, by the way – you know Chris has a funny way with words. His blog for People Magazine only serves to supplement the broadcast show, and in writing.
A few choice tidbits:
My Monday nights are spoken for once again. Please don’t suggest we go to
dinner for the next few nights. I like dinner, and I probably (maybe) like you. But the answer will be no.
The new Bachelor, Chris Soules, is a farmer from Iowa. He is looking for a wife to join him on the farm which, sadly, eliminated me from contention. Well, that plus my age (old) and present
physical condition (semi-sloppy). But mostly it’s my city slicker-ness that kept me from auditioning for this season. Continue reading
Marquel Martin on not being the next Bachelor (via
his blog). You know I think Marquel is great. It’s ABC’s loss.
On a much more serious note: Say hello to the men who hate the NSA but love invading the privacy of women (via
This can’t be legal (via
naps are better than coffee or naps alone (via Vox)
The struggles of having an outgoing personality but actually being introverted (via
Nine things to know before your first bathhouse experience (via
Jenna Golden on life in Logan Circle (via
I need bake these:
maple bacon magic bars
How to be polite (via
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Did you see this?
“Cooking, cleaning, she does it all!”
By now, 99% of you
Bachelorette viewers know that Marquel was one of three guys sent home by that lunatic Andi on the most recent episode.
I crossed out the lunatic part but between Marquel and
Eric, I have real questions about her judgment. Although maybe she and I should be friends: we would fight over men. never Continue reading
Why unhappy? There’s no
Bachelorette airing tonight. Boo hoo. Some of my Twitter friends are surely rejoicing, TBH.
[In all seriousness, I’m eager to watch
Diane Sawyer interview Hillary Clinton.]
One thing I won’t miss:
Bachelorette Andi saying “STOP.” In case you haven’t noticed, Andi says this word a lot.
Last week’s episode with
Eric’s departure was rough. It’s hard not to think “what if?” about his premature exit and later, untimely death.
In happier news,
Bachelor in Paradise is in production and I’m excited to see more of a particular yet-to-be-announced cast member. More on that soon…
Unless snark is the reason.
In that case…