And then what about the dates that she plans for them…as if a normal human being (i.e no ABC help!) can do something like that. DeAnna’s regular dates include a private concert from Natasha Bedingfield, a trip to Grand Bahama Island and many many many more unreal stuff. So does that suggest that people like us have no chance in finding real love because…we just do not have the money to plan such glamorous dates and look that good all the time?!! Ok then..I’ll just quit and stay in my room watching The Bachelorette and cry my eyes out (NOT)!
Finally, is it really ok to date three people, share intimate moments with them and tell each one of them that you have feelings about them, AT THE SAME TIME?? How can she have a date with Jason and not compare him with Jessey? How can she just turn of her feelings for the other people? I just don’t get it. Is that what love is? What happened to the idea of “I love you and want to spend the rest of my life with you…just you!!”? The sad thing about it is that people watch the show and say that it’s all about true love. They cry and cry and are so happy that DeAnna finally found someone and expect it to somehow happen to them. It just feels weird to know that the society calls this “true love” and finds the whole process of dating and falling for three people at the same time acceptable. What is the point of love then?