Ali de Bold
on Jun 09, 2011 @ 01:19 pm|
I'm a little behind the ball on this one, but I just watched the most recent episode of the Bachelorette online last night and was horrified by the standup 'comedy' routines from the contestants.
In case you haven't seen it, the men were asked to roast Ashley in front of an audience. It was pretty bad. The main jokes consisted of making fun of her for having small breasts and not being Emily or Chantelle. The latter part was pretty mean and it was dealt with on the show (she ended up crying).
She laughed off the breast jokes but I thought they were extremely offensive. Did anyone else watch this? What did you think? Does breast size really matter that much that a man would not be attracted to you if you don't have a big rack? Those of you with smaller chests were you offended? I have never had much up there, but I've never had a guy admit he wasn't interested because of it. It makes me wonder how many men really think that way. One of the contestants said 60%. Your thoughts?
|Tactless on Jun 14, 2011 @ 11:56 am|
I haven't actually seen the episode, but your post reminded me of a first/last date I had years ago....
Pretty sure he thought it was a compliment to tell me, "It's a good thing I'm not a breast man."
Ali de Bold
|Are you serious?? on Jun 14, 2011 @ 01:32 pm|
Wow, what a boob! (sorry, couldn't resist). No one should ever be made fun of for being born the way they were born. People can be so mean.
|Felt bad for her on Jun 15, 2011 @ 12:39 pm|
I saw the episode and I was shocked at some of the comments...I think they were rude and disrespectful! I mean, you'd never see a woman say "I cant see a bulge in your pants so its a good thing Im not into huge ****". lol Some people just have no respect or class.
In regards to this season though of the Bachelorette, I feel really bad for her...her pickings are slim. They didn't cast the right men for her. She seems like such a wonderful, outgoing woman...with tons of interests and has her stuff together and there aren't any men that I can honestly say compliment her personality or lifestyle.
The way I look at it and my final opinion..."Ashely...better single, than sorry" as per one of the Bachelorette Jenn's book. lol