We’re at that time in the season where the tabloid coverage will start picking up little by little. If you check out this week’s Star Magazine, you’ll see stories about JoJo’s guys being cheaters – most notably pointing out Jordan, Grant, and Robby, and crediting this site for bringing it to the forefront. Congratulations Star, you do it right. As opposed to, oh I don’t know, US Weekly, who had this boffo EXCLUSIVE yesterday – Amanda Stanton is going to be on BIP!. That’s great and all, but that was posted on this site Tuesday morning. I will give credit where credit is due though, I mean, US Weekly was only a 1 1/2 days late on that story. Usually they’re like a week, sometimes even a month, behind on stuff I’ve already posted on this site. So I guess that means they’re improving. But they aren’t fooling anyone with their “multiple sources tell US” BS. You mean the fact you looked on this site Tuesday then ran a story a day and a half later claiming it was an exclusive with zero credit to where you really got it from? It’s funny. And I will always point out when US posts something that you’ve already read on this site. As I say every season, all they do with their faux “exclusives,” is build my credibility more and more. They do it every season. Thanks guys. Appreciate it. Can’t wait to see what exclusive they have next that you’ve already read here!
There will be no live video chat tonight or next week. It will return two weeks from today on June 16th. Just wanted to give you a heads up.
I will be live-tweeting the UnREAL season 2 premiere this Monday night, so be sure to follow along and check out the show. If it’s even half as good as season 1, I’ll be happy.
Speaking of US Weekly, did you see the preview they gave for Monday’s episode when Jordan talks about his ex-girlfriend? Jordan tells JoJo during private time on the sex talk group date that he “made mistakes” in their relationship. Of course, the one mistake he leaves out was the fact that he cheated. Convenient, huh? Kind of an important one she’d probably want to know about, but hey, don’t let the truth get in the way of a good story. That’s Jordan’s motto apparently. Of course, JoJo has to know all the things being said about him on this site and in the tabloids, but there’s no doubt in my mind, she’s turning a deaf ear to them. It’s June 2nd. Her finale isn’t until August 1st. She’s got 8 more weeks of stories to ignore and pretend never happen, but ultimately, she’s going to come to her senses and realize there’s zero change of this relationship working out because he’s out for himself. But good luck in the meantime guys. Get paid, do magazine covers, do appearances, flaunt that fake engagement and ride that wave as long as you can. But just know the sh**storm of women from Jordan’s past is coming and it won’t be pretty.
Didn’t get the 8 I was hoping for, but I can do with 6. Next week, lets try and get 10 since 6 + 10 = 16 divided by 2 weeks would be an average of 8. Lets do this. Enjoy…
My boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for over 6 years now. We met in college and had a couple tumultuous years but now we’re living together, we’re best friends, and I have no doubt I want to spend the rest of my life with him. It seems everywhere I go, people ask me “where’s the ring?” (even strangers, which I think is so rude but whatever) It never really bothered me when I was 21/22 but now that I’m 25, I’m wondering the same thing. We live like we’re married so not much would change, but I can’t help thinking, if he hasn’t asked by now, will he ever? We’ve talked about it occasionally and I know he wants to be with me, but maybe I haven’t been obvious enough about what I want. I don’t want it to come off as an ultimatum and I also don’t want him to feel pressured into something he may not be able to afford to get for me. I feel silly even writing this because I’m happy as long as we’re together, but I’m just worried he never plans on marrying me. I really need your objective, male perspective here!!
Comment: As the wise Beyonce once proclaimed, “If you liked it then you shoulda put a ring on it…”
Well when you’ve had these conversations about marriage, what has he said? Do you think it may be about finances? Maybe that’s it. Obviously if you’ve been with someone for 6 years and still haven’t been proposed to, these are normal thoughts to have. However, you are still in your mid 20’s, so it’s not like you’re on a time crunch here. You need to have an honest conversation with him and get definitive answers about what he wants out of the relationship. Does he want to be married? More importantly, does he want to be married to you? Unfortunately, it could be that. Because you’ve only known each other for six years, maybe he’s gotten into a rut where he doesn’t know anything but you, and he’s scared to end it. So he’s just hanging on. Not saying that’s the case, I’m just throwing out options as to why he hasn’t proposed.
It doesn’t need to be an ultimatum, but when you’re talking about your future, don’t be vague. Make it clear about what you want and find out exactly what it is he wants. Once you do that, I think you’ll have a better understanding.
Dear Dr. RealitySteve,
O wise one, I hope you have advice for this old guy who’s fallen for a lovely and fully compatible younger woman (70-50). We’ve been communicating via the web and telephone for nearly a year. She is in North Carolina; I am in Alabama. This woman has been seriously abused in her life. I mean, it’s as bad as it gets. I’m proud of her for surviving, but she exhibits some traits that put her into an immediate tailspin emotionally. She becomes hurtful and very despondent sometimes, and it’s left me reeling twice. It’s classic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. She doesn’t like herself very much, which I completely get, because I, too, was a victim of heinous abuse long, long ago. It has taken me a lifetime of inner growth to get to the place where I actually like myself, and I honestly think I could help her.
She is drop dead gorgeous and one of the most genuinely sexy women I’ve ever encountered. We have yet to meet in the flesh, which I’ve been pressing for since the beginning. She’s spooked, because she doesn’t want to get hurt, nor does she want to hurt me (which she believes she WILL do).
So here’s my question: Do you think I should press on, or am I just convincing myself that I can help her just so I can get laid? I really care about her, but I can’t deny that I haven’t had sex since 2011. Am I too old for this stuff?
Thanks in advance,
A lusty old fan
Comment: Probably something that you should pass on. 20 year age difference, long distance, you haven’t gotten laid since RealitySteve.com became my full time job, and she has an abusive past. It probably sounds more like you’re just horny and some woman is giving you attention. Sounds like more of a headache than anything. Try and find someone locally without as much baggage and you’ll be fine.
Hi Dr. Reality Steve,
Happy Birthday to you – I hope you are having a fantastic day! J
I have a friend who once upon a time had a very beautiful engagement ring. After a few months of being engaged, I noticed that her ring had gone “missing.” Her fiancé told me that he was getting it engraved for her. Unfortunately, I didn’t see the ring again for many, many months. In fact, she didn’t even have her engagement ring on the day of her wedding! Since then, I have seen the ring only on one occasion which was shortly after the wedding. The ring has since gone “missing” again and it has been about 6 months. Before you think I am a horrible person, I do realize that in the long run the ring is a materialistic object and is not important. (She does have a very inexpensive wedding band that she wears daily.) However, this friend is a wonderful person who deserves to have a beautiful ring as a symbol of their love and devotion. I don’t know for sure, but I can only guess that the ring keeps getting pawned. (What else could be happening to it?) Why is it that her husband has enough money to eat out lavishly and drink excessively (most of the time without her), and travel/vacation but doesn’t have enough money to let her keep the engagement ring that he proposed with? I think this guy is a shady, selfish character who just doesn’t care about her or care about being a respectable man. What are your thoughts?
Comment: Not enough details here to dive into it fully, but why are you assuming it’s been pawned? Just because she doesn’t wear it? Have you ever asked her where her ring is? What’s her response?
I think those are the answers you need first before you jump to anything else. It could be as simple as she doesn’t want to wear it for whatever reason. Odd, but maybe that’s the case. If it was pawned, was it her idea or his? And why was it? Financial reasons? So many questions before you can truly get the crux of this matter.