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Observing that this is only the second page of commentary on Constantine and yet he is in the F3. The other two have many more pages. Is this a subtle hint that there's not too much to say about Constantine?
It reminds me of Jillian's season. Poor Kip got no love compared to the Ed and Reid threads. It's probably a compliment to Constantine that he's pretty chill. He lucked out in the edit department, flying under the radar most of the season until his killer HTD. Now many people love him...
Being that he's Ben's twin, how can I not loooove him?
I think Constantine is totally boring (at least from what they have shown of him), much like Kip was, except that Kip was much cuter.
Constantine has grown on me. He did nothing for me at the start (I agree, he seemed boring), but he seems to be a very solid, stand-up guy. Decent chance he's only boring because of how he's being edited. He seems to be highly thought of by the restaurant employees. Either that or they just wanted it to look good on TV.
He is my favorite and wish he would be the next Bachelor. I do not see that coming and it is a shame. He is the only one on this show that snagged my heart. I don't see him as a good match for Ashley. I am not sure anyone is. Time will tell but I do not see a marriage in the future. Odds, of course, are against it so my prediction is not profound!
I like Constantine a lot, although he really hasn't been given much of an edit. He seems like a decent, stand-up guy, and he probably has a lot more personality than what we've been shown. I thought his family was great - loved them all. And as someone Orthodox myself, I have a bit of a soft spot for a kindred Orthodox soul.
Maybe you can answer a question on the Greek Orthodox religion - is it (any more than usual) difficult to marry outside the religion? Someone had mentioned that going on this show and finding someone w/the exact same religion would be a stretch, so I'm assuming he/his family might be open to other religions? The friends I had in high school who went to the Greek Orthodox church all ended up with others there, thought they had dated some outside the religion. I'm just wondering ... in general, I guess.