Ryan is dreamy…he’s the kind of guy that takes you out on a series of wonderful dates, sleeps with you, and never calls you again. But if you run into him in a bar months later, he will smile, asks you how you’ve been, and gives you a kiss on the cheek like a true gentleman. Then, walk off and tell all of his friends that he slept with you….classy! I could be wrong, but any guy that talks about how women have never really been a challenge for them and how they want to find a woman that they have to chase, sends up a red flag for me. I do think this will be a competition for him and Emily may never know if he’s really ready to be her baby daddy. But in the meantime he is great eye candy, so I’m happy she’s keeping him around. He clearly knows how to write a really long love letter….either that or Emily is a really slow reader. The other guys got stuck on a group date with Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy. They were forced to participate in a play to raise money for a local charity. I’m all for Emily using this experience to raise money for the children’s hospital, but those dudes looked like they wanted to be put out of their misery. I’m not sure that this date provided Emily with the greatest opportunity to get to know the guys. The only guy she kissed was Kermit. By the time they made it back to the loft or wherever that after party was, they were all desperate for time with her. I was genuinely surprised at her attraction to Chris and Jef. They both seem very immature and shy. Maybe she’s just looking for someone that is the direct opposite of Brad who was more than 10 years her senior. I’m also amazed that every guy thought that they had the best talk with Emily…like it’s a talking contest. I guess Jef was right, because she gave him the rose. Maybe it was actually a contest for the guy with the most hair. Joe on the other hand was not so lucky. He may have received the other one on one date and first class ticket to West Virginia, but it turned out to be the last time he would ever see Emily. I guess taking him back to the hotel and spa where she had the best childhood memories proved to Emily that Joe would never be the prince charming she dreamed of when she was twelve. Poor Joe just didn’t seem to have any of the right answers. I think Emily needs a man who’s a little more sure of himself and what he’s looking for. John, also known as “Wolf”, had the quote of the night in reference to Kalon… If you have Louis Vuitton luggage and you’re a dude…you’re a @*!! In general, my rule of dating has taught me that if you are nicknamed after a wild animal, you are probably a @*!! as well. Only time will tell who’s really the wolf in Louis Vuitton clothing. Tune in next week to see what happens in the egg toss.
Posted on May 22, 2012 at 12:16 AM