Jill's was also a favorite, because Reid proved that you could actually be on the show and come up with some original dialogue that didn't sound recycled. He and Jill were fun to watch together, even though it wasn't a love match.
Generally, I enjoy the Bachelorette seasons over the Bachelor ones, because if nothing else, there's always the eye candy to fall back on.
"We were just going to do whatever it took to win."--Texas Longhorn Quarterback Colt McCoy
I agree (like I said before, the southern belle term wasn't mine, but the person I was quoting's.) My previous post outlined everything you said about manners, politeness, etc. as a southern belle trait that fits Emily. The hair, as I said, reminds me more of the Playboy girls.I live in the south and whether or not you dye your hair platinum has nothing to do with Southern Belle. I know southern belles who are natural brunettes or red-heads as well as blondes. It is the rest of it that makes her a belle, the manners, the politeness, the diplomacy, the decorum, and the careful way she steps. The make up doesn't eliminate her as a belle. Nail salons are very in vogue here so the nail thing is on the mark.
What the bleached hair and manicured nails do say to me is a lot of high-maintenance time in salons for appearances' sake.
My main problem with Emily is that the perfectly polite at all times southern belle schtick makes for bad TV. Because it's boring.
we can't forget about Meredith and Ian ... what a beautiful couple
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