Tuesday, January 8, 2013

50 Shades of Crazy on the Bachelor

I don't hide the fact that the Bachelor and Bachelorette are guilty pleasures. Is it the tears or the ugly dresses that look like they came from Tellos - I can't quite say.

On the premiere of the Bachelor we had a girl in a wedding dress begging for a kiss.

A girl crying on the stairs because she wasn't going to fight for a guys attention. You are are on the wrong show girl! That's what the Bachelor is all about.

Among all the hair extensions and spray tan and tears there was one shinning beacon of shame. The 50 Shades of Grey Girl. She showed up with a tie telling the Bachelor that she hoped he would show her how to use it. I'm pretty sure the look on his face was not excitement but fear and confusion.

Do girls not realize that guys don't read these books? Sean probably had no idea what she was referring too. As the night went on she just kept getting drunker and more ridiculous and kept pulling out her Christian Grey tie. Needless to say she did not get a rose.

I'm sure there are some woman out there that read the 50 Shades series who are normal but this woman pretty much sums up my idea of who reads these books and thinks they're good.

6 comments:

  1. I'm so happy that FSoG led to an elimination. I feel like it's a metaphor. For life.

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  2. Have you read the books? I haven't. I would totally watch the Bachelor as a guilty pleasure. Crazy ladies!

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    1. I read the first book and a few chapter of the second book. I don't know if I can finish it honestly, it's just so bad.

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  3. My personal favorite part was at the end when they just let her talk on camera while the credits were rolling. She had the tie and was like "Some lucky guy is going to get to use this!" And she just kept drunkenly shaking her butt. I really hope you saw that part. It happened at the very, very end of the show. Such a train wreck.

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    1. Oh yes I did see that and the "sorry mom"

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