<p><span></span>Hello, all you beautiful people! I want to apologize for not bringing my A game with my blogging. I always considered myself a girl who can wear many hats but right now, these hats are legit suffocating me. Anyway, I'm back!</p>
Emily Maynard is definitely gettin' busy -- PG style, though (that's a compliment). How is she always on, 24-7? I feel like at some point I'd have this urge to just stop the cameras, look at the guy I'm talking to and say, "I have no idea what you've been saying for the past 30 minutes." And I'm absolutely sure I would have a mid-makeout moment and have to stop the dude, look at his face and confirm in my head, "Right, this is Chris."
Let's talk boys: Arie. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks he knows what he's doing in the kissing department. But there's a difference between passionate love and companionship love. Don't get me wrong, I think Arie and Emily have more than just passion, but I see more of a companionship with Jef.
<p>As for the dramatic "producer situation," I'm pretty sure it happened 10 years ago and Cassie, the producer, is now happily engaged. When your relationship goes from zero to 100 in a matter of weeks, I think you miss out on that window to talk about it. </p>
I didn't think much of "Wolf" and Emily's date. Wolf (I prefer Wolf over John) honestly seems like a strapping young fella. I rarely use the word "strapping" but something about the way he carries himself brought it out of me. Unfortunately, there will always be people on the show who have a hard time opening up because of their personalities, which is absolutely fine. But the dynamic of the show is based around a ticking time bomb so if you snooze, you lose. "Ants-in-his-pants" Chris was unraveling, so I never expected to see Wolf leave.
Unfortunately, Chris was having a hard time. He was so in his head. If someone's feeling the slightest bit uneasy before the rose ceremony, that uneasy feeling pretty much turns to severe anxiety after a few hours.
The final two stud muffins are Jef and Sean. I know a lot of people are Team Sean and I totally get it: He's the all-American boy you want to take home to mom and dad. He's humble. He's confident without being cheesy. And he's absolutely comfortable showing Emily how much he adores her. But they kind of seem like a Barbie and Ken, just like Brad and Emily did. That's why Jef is my No. 1 pick. He's someone with a little bit of an edge. Someone who says, "Emily, I want to date you so hard and marry the F out of you." It's tough to make relationships last in the Bachelor franchise with so many eyes on you. I think because of Jef's personality, he wouldn't let it phase him. I guess it's safe to say I'm Team Jef -- for Emily.
Until next time!
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