The Bachelorette Reminds Me Why I am Single
Did you see The new Bachelorette, DeAnna, the other night? I watched most of it while cleaning up and my thoughts were, “This is the best you have?” DeAnna is from Newnan, GA. I grew up right down the road so I wanted to check out the show. The Bachelorette is only 26; so you would think they could find great single guys in that age group! Maybe now that she has eliminated 10 guys; some of these men will show more depth or character.
One very tattooed guy (she did not give a rose) ripped his shirt and started howling at the moon. Another dives into the pool and and then strips down and has her name on his underwear. Another pulls up his shirt and makes poor DeAnn rub his abs. Guys! Come on! One thing I think men do not understand (and I am sure women are just as guilty) on dating sites men always describe the things about themselves they like in a women verses showcasing the qualities women tend to be attracted to. I think these men were interested in seeing skin so they showed their skin.
One seemingly sweet guy was an oyster farmer. That sounds sorta interesting until he describes the profession, “You lean down and pick them up.” This guy did bring DeAnn a gift which was sweet.
Believe me there are plenty of men in Newnan that will bare all or make a living picking things off the ground DeAnn has to choose from at home. I hope she finds the love of her life;but if she does not DeAnn let me send you a copy of Princess Bubble and remember true happily ever is not about finding a prince. But loving God, helping others and liking who you are already. Chances are this show will end like most of the other Bachelor/Bachelorette shows and De Ann will continue her search for Mr. Right in the real world. We hope you find him and can share your own “Happily Ever After” with someone who is over the moon for you not howling at the moon!!
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