Last edited by Arielflies; 06-23-2011 at 02:23 PM.
“No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible.” George Chakiris
Believe nothing that you hear and only half of what you see. :nono
Honestly, I think Fleiss is more intimidated by anyone with a brain (like Ashley) and portray her more negatively as the less intelligent and more generally perceived as 'beautiful' (like Emily) who generally gets the better edit on this show. That's the nature of this business
Last edited by seagirl; 06-23-2011 at 01:38 PM.
I have just one more rant: okay, maybe two. I don’t care for this new format, AT ALL. I’ve noticed that the number of posters has dwindled to a handful. Where there used to be hundreds of pages, there are now only a few dozen. We used to analyze fingernails, moles, freckles, eyelashes, earlobes…etc. etc. and it was, for the most part, FUN. The screencaps were eagerly awaited every week, and the experts (Mr. Wright, for one) could tell us location, hotels, beaches…Now it’s just a few people talking about what we just saw. I no longer even bother to tape it.
Second rant, what’s up with this website? It literally takes 5 minutes or more, just to load the program. This morning I spent more than ½ hr just waiting for the pages to load. I’ve got a new computer, huge amounts of space, everything else works super duper fast – but this website is slower than molasses in January.
ITA. Most of the fun of watching this series has gotten to be the sleuthing and speculating. I wasn't big on the spoilers,but I did like speculating on what might happen based on previous episodes, previews, etc. Now I'd love to speculate on which of the 3 guys is going to be on BP. That's the only reason I'm still watching - this is the best set of guys ever and they're wasted on a girl who is no where near ready for marriage! BTW, this website has gotten to be agonizingly slow.
Yes, please NO Bachelor Pad speculation or spoiling in this forum. This is for Bachelorette talk of the non-spoiled kind.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker, (attributed)