That was a great message! And I've had a terrible day, so thank you.I love random acts of kindness.Really, realy appreciated.Scott- RIP SDL<3
I am wondering/doubting that this was the true order of the fantasy dates. I have a feeling that Jef was after Arie. It seems that Jef has taken in all of the conversations he has had with the other guys and then applied them to his dates. (The "baggage" date.....the guys came back talking about it and her saying f@$&. Then he had to tell her that he would have had her back, then he used the f@$& word in his date with her.) He is being what he thinks she wants.
I remember in an interview I read, he said he came on the show to promote his business. I can't remember where the interview was, but it was right after his press interview. I still don't like the fact that she had inside information about Jef before the show started. It seems more of a setup. If you don't want any of the guys, pick Jef.
Yes, I like Arie. But, I could have seen her with Sean. The show doesn't give them time to get to know each other well enough for a lasting bond.
You could be the juiciest, most ripe peach, but there is still going to be someone who doesn't like peaches.
Jef seems like a just a sweet normal guy genuine guy to me, the negativity about him is just absolutely flabbergasting to me... I just don't get how people don't like the guy I mean what has he done? Or is it just the Arie camp doesn't like him because he's a threat?
I don't think you have to be in a "camp" to realize certain things about Jeff. His immaturity in comparison with Emily, the way he seems to have been somewhat groomed for the show, the way he seems monotone when discussing his feelings for Emily. I don't see it as negativity, more like observations.
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