I've finally discovered what's wrong with my brain: On the left side, there's nothing right, and on the right side, there's nothing left.
I feel like if she chooses Jef that once they get into the real world they really won't have much in common. He seems so young to me and she's already established in her life with her child. I dunno, I guess I will have to wait and see.
Yup, with donuts!!
Dogs chase vehicles, too!
"...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
Basically, this is NOT the right place for Sean to be looking for love, and I agree with you and also hope that he finds someone in the Dallas area to REALLY and TRULY fall in love with, because I think that Sean felt the pressure of saying those 3 words, ILY, because of the shortened time frame of this silly show.
Sean is more likely to be eliminated next week, based on the edit that we have seen. One thing that Emily keeps saying over and over is that she likes a guy with a bit of an edge, someone that comes off as a bad boy, and we all know that Sean does not possess that quality. So, it would be much better for him if Emily cuts him loose at the F3, so that he won't get hurt any worse. I do think that Sean will get his heart broken, and I am not looking forward to seeing it, but I hope that it short lived for him.
Longhornfan, what's the "F-word"? I'm guessing I actually know what you mean but it escapes me at the moment!
I have mixed feelings about saying 'I love you' during the course of this experience, before the end. On one hand, if the guys think they're feeling it and/or they think it will help their case to tell her, I guess that makes sense.
But on the other hand, to me it just seems too special to say that at this point in time -- before you're actually in a relationship. Hearing that for the first time in a relationship is such an incredibly special moment, and I have such treasured memories of that with men I've been with. And always in my experience, I have felt the same way and have been able to say that in response, which makes it even better. I'm not sure I would like hearing that in Emily's situation because she can't say it even if she feels it, and they can never get that moment back.
Just my thoughts...