- The Bachelor -Bachelor Nation Brings Out The Worst In Me
Ok. So I lost it a little bit this episode. Truly, deeply, lost my god damn mind. If you're looking for a structured, eloquent episode, keep scrolling. If you are looking to immerse yourself in the ramblings of a woman who walked only 57 steps yesterday, then look no further. I truly became unhinged because men really have the ordacity.
First, I start off Hot Off The Mess with some cute and fun alleged engagement rumors about the oldest Zolciak-Beirmann child Brielle, then quickly dive into the Kylie Jenner pregnancy announcement, which was supposedly announced by none other than Caitlyn Jenner during what looked to be a a "campaign" trail stop. Because, yes Caitlyn is unfortunately running for Governor of California, along with Vicki Gunvalson's boyfriend, Steve Lodge. A mess. The money I would pay to be in that family group chat while they discuss how the fuck to handle this untimed announcement. You know they had it all planned out, and/or wanted it to be a secret til the bambino finally made its debut.
I also bring up Bachelor nation and it's there where I lose my marbles. Dean Unglert and Caelynn Miller-Keyes don't say I love you. I'm sorry but if I'm living in a van for this man, he better kiss my dusty toes and say I love you with every breath he takes.
And of course, I couldn't help but bring up Nick Viall and his condescending "dating advice." This man is on a reformed-fuck-boy high horse, and I'd like to throw him off of it. Maybe I find him triggering, I don't know. But ok, I do find him triggering. Who am I kidding. Why are pretending men who can identify a feeling are suddenly the ones we should be looking to for dating advice? No thank you!
See? Unhinged, unwell. Self awareness is key.
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