The only person I recall mentioning the merge is Tarzan. I think he said something about keeping Colton around for "a little while", then cutting him loose when they no longer needed him. It's kind of scary when the 60-something dude in the speedo is making the most sense.
This isn’t the Sound of freaking Music we’re watching.......sdl
My least favs now are Colton and Kat, with Alicia as third. I hope we won't be losing any more guys before Colton now.
These men are dumb as a bag of rocks! I'd write a list of the stupid moves they made in this show, but I have a date Friday night so I don't have enough time to list them all.
The funniest thing about this particular signature is that by the time you realise it doesn't say anything it's too late to stop reading it.
Colton's constant smirking at TC was really getting on my nerves. Glad to see the women getting their stuff together though.
Ask me to show you poetry in motion, and I will show you a horse.
I haven't watched yet but let me get this straight.....its ok for the boys to steal supplies from the girls but its not ok for the girls to peek at a puzzle? That doesn't really fly with me.
I hate when the cops throw me in the back of the squad car ....like they didn’t hear me call shotgun.
Boy (n) : Noise with dirt on it.
Colton is playing well. He was the odd man out and now he is calling the shots. I don't know why he announced that he had an idol at TC, however. That made no sense to me. I like him but I get it why many don't.
I like Tarzan and Troyzan!
So glad to see arrogant Matt blindsided. Good job boys!
I'm in the minority, but I find Colton hilarious. I think he's out there trying to play a character. What he says isn't who he is IMHO. I think he's just trying to keep things interesting.
I was glad to see head rooster go. He was way too full of himself. I was also glad to see the women win. They were embarrassing themselves.
I don't have a favorite yet, but I don't really hate anyone which is good.
Geisha Ninja Sparkle Dance
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It floors me that the women are so inadequate when it comes to making and maintaining fire or keeping a decent shelter (I'd be inside that canoe upside down to stay dry before I'd ask the guys for ANYthing.) The problem here is they have no problem skipping over to the men's camp to warm up or ask for embers, but they never want to give anything in return. It's natural that the ones that are begging have to give a little more in the trade... the guys don't need the canoe like the women need fire. It's as simple as that.
As for the puzzle, I'm not sure if it was a huge advantage to be able to see the guys. There was no colour or picture to make each piece stand out. Because each had somewhat complicated swirly edging, the main thing would be to figure out what piece you're holding onto. I guess seeing the men working was a bit of an advantage but not huge... like a regular puzzle might be.
I think the disagreement about feeling "ashamed" comes down to semantics. It's how you look at it.
(from google definitions)
I've always seen ashamed as something one would feel for one's own actions. I can't feel ashamed for another's actions, because I'm not responsible for those actions. Gays do not need to feel shame or guilt for another gay persons actions. I would feel shame if I hung out and supported someone like Alicia, but then I've associated myself with their behaviour.a·shamed/əˈSHāmd/
1.Embarrassed or feeling guilt because of something one has done or a characteristic one has.
2.Reluctant to do something through fear of embarrassment or humiliation: "I am not ashamed to be seen with them".
Bill was a nutcase at tribal. Unfortunately, not in a good way. My first thought was, Bill licked a frog out there.