I Pee On Your Love Lantern
Posted on July 12, 2011 at 1:55 PM
I think my favorite part of the show was the last two minute clip where Ashley and Constantine stopped to rest their weary feet and a stray dog decided to relieve himself on their giant red “love lantern”. Maybe that was one of the “little red flags” that Emily spoke of that she wished she would have paid attention to with Brad. Ashley should take some of her advice. Clearly she didn’t see the red flags with Bentley.
This entire series has been a bit comical...kind of like Ashley’s never ending supply of denim leggings, miniskirts and crop tops. In Taiwan, Ashley described each of her male suitors. She said she felt safe with Ryan. She felt Lucas was a real genuine great guy. Ames is one of the most unique, sweet and intelligent men she’s ever know. She said, “I love Ben… he’s funny”. Constantine is easy to talk to and easy to look at. And JP just makes me feel comfortable and secure. I don’t know about you, but if I were Ames, I wouldn’t be too thrilled about being described as “unique”. When’s the last time anyone described their future husband or wife as “unique”? I can’t remember any. So I guess I was a little surprised when he got a rose. Apparently Ashley is looking for unique, funny, easy to talk to, easy to look at guys, who make her feel comfortable and secure….not the real genuine great guy types that make her feel safe. She also favors long dark hair that doesn’t look like it’s been washed in several days or maybe it’s just really humid on all of her dates with Constantine and Ben. Not really sure why she can’t make up her mind about those two…she can’t keep both. It would be like Emily dating Brad and his twin brother Chad.
Whether by train, by boat, or moped…one way or another Ashley is “going places”…home town dates are next week! I’m betting on Ben and JP to make it to the end….I’m not so sure about Ashley. For her sake and ours, I hope she picks a good one. I don’t want to sit through an Ashley breakup story six months from now. Just getting through the “love story” is hard enough.