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    Plugh! Xyzzy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    I just find it really odd that she's never had a bf (so doesn't know how to "act"), but yet...goes on NATIONAL television to try and "win over Adam". Then cries about it because she didn't win. ?
    It doesn't add up to me.
    What made her think that she WOULD win with the lack of dating experience?!
    She may never have had a boyfriend, but I've known a few people in her position, and with most of them, it wasn't that there wasn't anyone out there who liked them -- it was that they lacked the social skills to know that someone out there was into them. My friends like this are just clueless about picking up on signs that someone likes them. The type of people that are attracted to her type tend not to be "in your face" but may in fact be timid themselves.

    What has worked for my friends is to create an informal group of people, based around a common interest. For example, one girl decided to invite "everyone at church" over for "DVD Friday Night" at her place, twice a month. Sure enough, the guys that were interested never missed a night and they were able to create positive interactions and memories without the stigma of "dates."

    But, if she had come out and asked any of these guys for a date, it probably would have scared them off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    I still find it very odd that she's NEVER had a boyfriend and went on tv and blubbered about it. Something tells me that she was repeatedly telling us in hopes of garnering attention like Adam got.

    I just find it really odd that she's never had a bf (so doesn't know how to "act"), but yet...goes on NATIONAL television to try and "win over Adam". Then cries about it because she didn't win. ?
    It doesn't add up to me.
    What made her think that she WOULD win with the lack of dating experience?!

    I had NEVER had a boyfriend at 24. I was the total bookworm, nerd, moderately overweight, but very outgoing and well liked amongst my friends. I can totally see where she would have identified with Adam on the first show and thought that he would have given her more of a chance. Maybe she thought that Adam would be the guy that would take the time to get to know the "real Jen L" I can see her getting swept up in the idea and putting a lot of hope into it. Hard to explain. Just been there and can totally identify with her.

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    In the end, I feel a bit sad for Jenn L. the same way I felt sorry for the guys who were virgins or hadn't dated on AJ 1 or 2....I think I admire them all...I certainly admire Jenn for trying to work on her problems and inscurities... with a million people watching....

    As much as she and Adam may actually be good for each other..at this point in time...Adam doesnt seem to know it...and will choose a party girl in the end... I hope she finds some one special... but she seems to have seen too much in adam and tried too hard to get his attention.....

    he was probably also scared by her intelligence... I admit to making fun of her...it was so easy....the last name alone...but in the end...I kinda liked her courage....I hope Brian gave her his phone number...they would be good for each other....

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    The girl has WAY to much energy. I think she is on 3 redbulls and 6 cups of coffee. Why else would her eyes bugg out like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyzzy
    What has worked for my friends is to create an informal group of people, based around a common interest. For example, one girl decided to invite "everyone at church" over for "DVD Friday Night" at her place, twice a month. Sure enough, the guys that were interested never missed a night and they were able to create positive interactions and memories without the stigma of "dates."
    SEE?! Now that is an understandable way to approach a "dating" thing if you've never had a bf/gf. NOT going on a competition dating show against 15 other women! I mean comeon.. even you, smartycat, have to agree with that!?
    Honestly...what a way to really crush your boy-friendless heart and further embarrass yourself by sobbing away on camera about it even.
    It's strange to me, but I'm sure she'll get all the attention she's never had after this show.

    What I'm saying HAS to make sense to someone. It's like...ohhh..I dunno...I've never had sex (lets say). The last place I should experience it, or TRY to experience it..is by applying to the "Could you be a Pornstar?" reality show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    What I'm saying HAS to make sense to someone. It's like...ohhh..I dunno...I've never had sex (lets say). The last place I should experience it, or TRY to experience it..is by applying to the "Could you be a Pornstar?" reality show.
    yeah, Maveno...it's probably not a good idea to start with the pros when you are still green behind the ears I understand (and agree) with you...Jenn L was way out of her element. Some of those ladies she was up against were really experienced daters. Jenn L has a lot to offer...she was just in the wrong place with the wrong people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    I have one word for this girl: BANGS.
    Absolutely, Too much forehead for all that nose. Semms like a sweet person. She deserves an extreme makeover

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    but I'm sure she'll get all the attention she's never had after this show.
    yeah, but i'm afraid she'll get the wrong attention

    she isn't very attractive and is a lil' too obnoxious, she does however seem to be a good person, has a good personality and a nice size rack

    she's opened herself up to get taken advantage of by some evil man who's gonna say all the things she wants to hear

    then deflower her and then drop her like a bad habit

    then she'll be right back where she started...




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    [QUOTE=Dogg]:

    then deflower her and then drop her like a bad habit

    :QUOTE]

    Zeekh reporting for duty

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    Oh Zeekh, you are very naughty!! I think Jen L. will be just fine. When she returns home she will be flooded with dating offers. I don't think she needs an Extreme Makeover. If she lost 10 pounds that would help her confidence and her figure a lot. Adam did cheat her out of a date by helping Samantha win. I don't think that was fair. I wish he would have spent a little time with Jen L. I think he would have liked her. I hope she has great things in her future including a man who will appreciate her for who she is!!

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