08-10-2003, 10:49 AM #121
AND...it's an excuse that means nothing to C&S, cause all they know is they were approached after they won. even if they did "fully intend" top approach him but didn't, it doesn't change anything from the perspective of C&S.
Originally Posted by spankvb
08-10-2003, 10:54 AM #122
totally agree..but it didn't seem like A&B gave tyhem much of a choice regarding the committment. maybe the editing was weird, but that conversation seemed really strange to me. they were trying to back-pedal from susan's outburst and apologize when they were "invited" to join. i think they were kinda backed into a corner at that point.
Originally Posted by HIDFILA
but i titally agree about the whole premise of "committments" here. you have someone you are "committed to," and the two of you are gonna play to together to win--everyone else be damned.
it seemed silly to me to get there and immediately start asking strangers if they want to be in your club.
08-10-2003, 10:57 AM #123
coyt's parents already knew. he emailed snowflake girl at some point last week and clarified that neither he nor his family is southern baptist (only susan's family), and his family has always known about their situation.
Originally Posted by genericwife
08-10-2003, 11:01 AM #124
i think coyt doesn't understand the concept of "intentionally losing." i don't think it would occur to him to do that, because he's very competetive by nature. at least that's what i thought when i watched it, because i am also very competitive by nature, and susan's well-thought out plan totally escaped me until she said it. i guess i'm slow, but i kinda understood how this happened!
Originally Posted by fluff
08-10-2003, 11:07 AM #125
i can't say if voting off A&B was smart or not. like i've said, personally--i didn't like A&B, so i don't care in that regard. BUT, i certainyl don't assert that the de decision was smart. it was controversial though, which i'm enjoying. i just keep trying to figure out how it plays out.
Originally Posted by fluff
i guess i'm not offended or mad about C&S breaking the alliance/committment, because it seemed stupid to me from the beginning, and the way they were brought in seemed strange.
others may feel quite differently, and i could totally see how that would make someone mad, but this is why (in response to coythater) it didn't bug me (even though i'm not friend or family).
08-10-2003, 11:11 AM #126
If Coyt & Susan fail to make it as a "power couple" they will surely be voted off.
08-10-2003, 11:14 AM #127
Money has an excellent grasp on the use of "sarcasm" Coythater, if you were looking for an example!
Originally Posted by money
too funny-i love you money!
08-10-2003, 11:16 AM #128
i'm quite sure friends and family are here--but please don't dismiss everyone's comments like that. it's a little paranoid to think that everyone is on just one side. and i assure you, at least in this case, it's not true.
Originally Posted by coythater21
08-10-2003, 11:21 AM #129
Originally Posted by tmbg99
AND, i want to point out that a LOT of people have criticized their decisions. The only difference is that it didn't inspire the total hatred or dogmatic response in them that it did in coythater (not saying that he's not justified in that).
coythater--i don't think C&S are getting put on any pedestals in here. No one's really passionately angry about what they did, but lost of people have criticized it.
i don't think you're as alone in your viewpoints as you assert; only in your heat/passion are you alone.
but that does make the forum more interesting, so i don't want it to stop!
08-10-2003, 11:23 AM #130
but then how could they be planning a wedding now? logistically, this doesn't make sense???
Originally Posted by tvking
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