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Mid Season Bachelor Check In – We’ve got a LOT to talk about

I feel like The Bachelor franchise is at a cross roads. There are two things happening here. One hand, The Bachelor is more diverse and better than ever. The women on this season are amazing and Matt James is a solid lead. There are so many people I'm rooting for to 'win' the show and… Continue reading Mid Season Bachelor Check In – We’ve got a LOT to talk about

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Bachelorette 2020: a season to remember

Welcome back to another Bachelor related post. As previously established - I'm a massive fan of the franchise from an industry point of view and as a viewer who loves romantic reality shows. I traditionally love The Bachelorette the best out of all the Bachelor related franchises and I loved this season. I think this… Continue reading Bachelorette 2020: a season to remember

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Romantic Competition Reality Shows… this is my genre of choice.

I think a lot of people think I’m a cynical single. I’m always the first to look for the red flags in relationships. I complain about weddings (for good reason - whyyyy are we giving you money for finding love, this is a ridiculous notion in 2020). I’m more likely to say “gross” than “awww”… Continue reading Romantic Competition Reality Shows… this is my genre of choice.

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“I’m not there yet”

Guys. I know your dirty secret - you all LOVE The Bachelor. I put up posts about tv shows all the time - but none get the hits like my posts on The Bachelor. We're talking hundreds of you clicking...  So here I am, giving the people what they want. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpRs3fl4y4k Let's talk about "Colton's… Continue reading “I’m not there yet”

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The most dramatic conversation ever… aka the most important conversation to date

I joke all the time about my Monday night tradition of building girls up at Girl Guides and then going home and watching feminism die on The Bachelor. Last night's episode - specifically the one-on-one with Caelynn was not a joke. I might even go so far as to call it a cultural moment. For… Continue reading The most dramatic conversation ever… aka the most important conversation to date