For those of you who want to complain about how the #creepedouthanna hashtag during her inappropriate moment with Zac is triggering ; and ABC family shouldn’t have put the hashtags there, because of how some people have dealt with similar situations. You should seriously shut the fuck up, because…
How about that Bachelorette finale, huh? Crazy! Unexpected! An incredibly annoying for more reasons than I can count. After the jump, I’ll break down — okay,
This…..so much this.
I didn’t watch The Bachelorette this season, but I went to middle school with the winner, so I’ve been keeping up with it a bit. Last night, Nick—who didn’t receive the final rose—questioned Andi about their relationship. He asked why she “made love” to him when she wasn’t in love with him. I watched the video a couple of times, and felt a little confused. Apparently, at one point Nick says: “I didn’t have any expectations about that night, but to me, that night, that was like fianceé-type of stuff.”
But I most certainly heard Beyonce-type of stuff, and I’ve been trying to figure out how I can do Beyonce-type of stuff and also what does that mean, but fianceé, nah, nevermind.
Watch the video, and read a great article about The Bachelorette, here.
"You made me feel those things that people go a lifetime to find, and I feel like I made you feel the same. I truly hoped we would have made it into the real world, where there would be no arbitrary deadline, where those stresses that came with that environment would have melted away, where we could have had the goofy, fun, exciting relationship that I know we could have. What we had was real to me, and it was amazing."
Anyone who thinks that Nick was at fault for outing the fact that he and Andi had sex needs to understand that he tried to speak with her privately more than once and that Andi completely led him on from the moment he told her he loved her. Nick was confused, heartbroken, and looking for answers…