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The Bachelorette 9 - Desiree

The Bachelorette Desiree Recap Including Next Bachelor Talk & A Change to One of the Spoilers

-Before the soccer group date starts, the gossip police decides to have a little pow-wow outside to get an update from Captain Drew to see if he followed through with his mission the previous. Michael and Kasey hear from their superior Drew that he did tell Des what he heard James say and that she wasn’t happy about it. Michael and Kasey may now continue on with their day since Drew just gave them their happy news. The tattle tales are very excited that Des knows now and are sure to drill it home even more later on that night. Look, I get that Drew and Kasey heard something in the car from James that set them off, however, if I’m Michael, after I was just in that whole mess last week with Ben, why would he possibly even want to stick himself in the middle of this? Hell, why would anybody outside of Drew and Kasey care about what they heard? Enough of this “We wanna stick up for Des” BS. Please. Let Kasey and Drew be bitches and bring it to her and leave yourself out of it. Man, what a bunch of whining babies some of these guys are. By no means am I defending what James did, I’m just shocked at the way some of the others acted towards it who didn’t hear it and nothing do with it. Baffling.

-The six guys get to the soccer stadium to play soccer. Talk about a hype machine. Remember the season opening press release that ABC had which stated there would be a “huge twist” in the soccer game? Uhhhh, I’m still waiting for that twist. If putting Desiree on the opposite team and having her play with five other wo/men is considered a twist, then that might’ve been one of the worst teased twists this show has ever done. Juan Pablo is without a doubt in his element on this date being a former professional soccer player. However, is there a reason he was so incessant on giving Des high fives during their practice? What was that all about? She kicked the ball – high five. She stopped the ball – high five. She puts her cleats on – high five. She tucked in her shirt – high five. Does he think he’s Puddy or something? I suggest backing away from the high fives Juan Pablo. Just a suggestion. I don’t see anyone high fiving Des, do you? Didn’t think so. High five = friend zone. I think the only time it’s acceptable to high five a girl is during bowling, because do you really need to hug and/or kiss after every frame? No. A good high five is acceptable. Although I remember a date I had a couple years ago where we went bowling, and after her turn every time, she wanted to come back and make out. It was awfully uncomfortable. No thanks. What are we in high school? We don’t need to do this 10 times during this game, thank you. Oh yeah, did I mention she was about 7 Jager bombs in at this point? Ugh. Horrible night.

-So the soccer match started, the Solteros vs Solteras. So I briefly whipped out my Spanish-to-English dictionary to learn that those mean “single, unmarried.” That was the team name each got? Couldn’t have come up something more creative than that? Then again, do we really know if James is single? I mean, he may have been then, but I can’t imagine he is now. I’m guessing for 4th of July, he and Mikey will be out on the boat with chicks galore and he’s laughing at what happened in this episode. He obviously wasn’t that into Des, despite what he said, so we can add him to the list of guys this season that weren’t. Seems to be growing. Anyway, the game itself was embarrassing. James may get a ton of chicks when he gets back to Chicago, but it certainly won’t be for his athletic skills on the soccer field. Holy crap, this guy played football in college at Miami OH, yet couldn’t move his feet to the left or right to stop a soccer ball? The final score was 10-2 yet I could’ve sworn they showed the ball going by James at least 56 times. You know what, let me go back and watch how many times the ball passed him and get back to you. Wait here. (Goes to watch replay). Ok, I’m back. They showed him giving up 14 goals. Nice editing per usual.

-Time for the after party, or as the gossip police probably referred to it as, “The Interrogation of James Case.” Sounds like a movie starring Liev Schreiber. Before we get to the James nonsense that basically covered this whole after party, Chris gets Des alone first and she takes him to her bedroom. Or a bedroom. Wherever they were that had a bed. Des was very impressed with Chris’ soccer skills even though the guys got destroyed and we basically saw none of them with any remote soccer skills outside of Juan Pablo. But nonetheless, Des is impressed with Chris which makes him blush. And if that compliment made him blush, he’s probably wetting himself now that Desiree wrote him a poem. Uh oh. Three episodes in a row poems are being exchanged between these two. And let me guess, on Chris’ last chance date with Des, when the guys give the girl a little memento, or some scrapbook they put together, Chris’ will have a poem, right? Can’t wait! Anyway, Des’ poem goes as follows: “From the first night, one knee on the ground, charming and handsome, instant attraction was found. The dodgeball game…” Zzzzzzzz…I’m sorry. I stopped writing. Zero interest in this poem or these two as a couple. But hey, very nice of you to write the guy a poem. He’s still up on you 2-1 right now, so get to writing.

-Kasey, Michael, and Chris confront James. Well, Kasey and Michael do. Chris is technically in the room, but doesn’t add anything and basically just keeps shush-ing them once the voices start getting loud. I would’ve preferred he took the Brick Tamland route and just started yelling “Loud noises!!!!” But unfortunately he didn’t. Kasey tells James that in the car last week while in Germany, he heard James say to Mikey: “If I can make the final four, I am in a very good spot to become the next Bachelor.” Also he said he heard Mikey talking about him and the girls that he could introduce him to in Chicago. You know, Mikey had his conference call last week with the media, and he addressed that very thing. This is what he said:

Reality TV World: This week’s broadcast showed Drew telling the other guys that he and Kasey had overheard a conversation you had with James in which James mentioned he could potentially be the next Bachelor if he makes it to the Top 4 and he something about taking your boat out and picking up beautiful girls with money. Did that really all happen as Drew and Kasey were shown explaining it? If not, could you clarify what James told you exactly?

Mikey Tenerelli: Sure, so basically what happened was James and I were on the group date together in Germany on the mountain top. If you recall, [Brooks Forester] got the group-date rose. Myself and James included, you know, I was good friends with James on the show, so him and I talked afterwards.

We both felt like we had a really good shot of getting that group-date rose, so when Brooks got it, I was upset. Because there were some guys in the house I had some similarities with and some guys I felt I was opposite to, and I really felt like I was opposite Brooks in terms of my look and my personality.

So when I continued to see him getting roses, especially when he got this group-date rose in Germany, I was frustrated. And what happened was James and I were talking on the way back in the car, and I was just kind of airing it out.

James and I were talking as friends talk. What we said was, “Hey you know, we hope this works out. If it doesn’t, we both live in Chicago. We’ll have a good time this summer.” I did mention the fact that I have a boat and we’ll take it out. It was a normal conversation. There was no mention of who was going to be the next Bachelor or anything like that.

It was more of just two guys just kind of saying, “Hey, if it doesn’t work out, life goes on and things happen,” you know? If Drew or any other guy or Desiree or anyone I know has never had that kind of conversation when they’ve been frustrated with something or someone, then please bring them forward, because that would be bizarre to me.

So Mikey is admitting the conversation took place, but of course left out the “we’ll have chicks all over us on that boat” part. How convenient. And James admitted as much that that part of the conversation did take place, so it’s kinda pointless to dispute that. It’s the intention behind it where there seems to be two different trains of thought.

-First James tries to defend himself by saying, “I don’t think I was the one that started that conversation.” Great. Who cares who started it, you were in it, nor do I remember the guys saying you started it. Where Michael should just butt out of this whole thing is when James attacks him telling him “You didn’t hear anything…this is hearsay” to which he’d be absolutely correct. But since it’s that time of month for Michael, and god forbid there’s an argument going on that he’s not a part of, he HAS to insert himself into this one. You know, because he’s protecting Des. Uh huh. James is back defending himself: “I didn’t bring that sh** up, Mikey did…we were talking and saying, ‘Hey, if the worst comes to worst, if I make the final four…” and that pretty much set the guys off. Again. When Kasey gets his alone time with Desiree, he basically reiterates what Drew told her on his date about James. Bitches. All of them. Enough already. Do I think James said these things with Mikey? Yes. Do I think the other guys are overreacting? Absolutely. Do I think that every single one of these guys in the back of their head, whether it be when they signed up for the show or while they were on it, thought in the back of their head that if they don’t win, they’d be considered for the next “Bachelor?” Without a doubt. Problem with James is he talked about it “publicly” and got caught by the gossip police. You don’t want to mess with those guys. You get their panties in a wad, and they’re running straight to Desiree.

-Des cancels the rest of the after party and wants to talk to James alone. The guys are convinced this is the end of James. Apparently they haven’t watched this show enough. Des brings James over to the love seat, and I love how James layed down next to her on his arm like, “What’s up babe? Is there a problem?” Classic. Des basically tells him what she’s heard from the other guys regarding his conversation with Mikey and says “I believe everything. They are guys I fully fully trust.” Well, that pretty much sealed James’ fate at that point, regardless of if he made it to the rose ceremony or not. If she’s already said how much she trusts the other guys, and it’s essentially 7-on-1, he wasn’t winning that battle. But hell if he didn’t try. James goes on to tell her that Mikey said, not him. Uhhh, he just basically agreed with it. Then claimed he had a headache before breaking down in tears. Smart move. When all else fails, always go to the “Babe, this is giving me a headache card” and whip up a few tears. That’ll always put her back on your side. You can pretty much see that James’ reaction to all this is because he doesn’t think what he did was a big deal. But 7 other guys do. Well, 6. Juan Pablo was nowhere to be found during any of these arguments and never chimed in once. I think he was probably out watching the soccer games with Chris Harrison. Very bizarre that in most of the group arguments, he’s never around. Kinda like how Clark Kent is never around when Superman is. Don’t even get me started on “Man of Steel.” Ugh. Way to not stick to 75 years of mythology. Embarrassing.

-So James leaves the room with Desiree, and she still needs time to think things through. He’s in the van on the way back to the hotel still defending himself in his ITM, while we’re getting cut-in shots of the guys back in the hotel convinced that Des let James go and they’d be shocked to see him return. Which of course means he’s returning. He arrives at the hotel, the guys look stunned and he says, “Gentleman…goodnight.” Even though we’re weeks away, it’s pretty obvious what your “Men Tell All” drama will focus on. Two things actually. Ben vs Michael, and the guys vs James (minus Mikey, who is James’ partner in crime). And you know what? Nothing is going to get resolved. You think James is gonna change his tune? Of course not, because he’s convinced that talking about what would happen to him in real life if he didn’t get picked (which is perfectly normal to think, yet not necessarily verbalize to the rest of the guys) is not that big of a deal, whereas the rest of the guys do. Kasey, Michael, and Drew (if he’s even at the “Men Tell All”) will all attack him with the same argument they presented last night of, “If your focus is on Des, you’re not thinking about that stuff,” James will say, “I’m being realistic,” it’ll go nowhere other than guys raising their voices, and that’ll be that. Bam! There’s your “Men Tell All.” Hope you enjoy it.

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  1. corkystclair

    July 2, 2013 at 9:02 AM

    Ugh. Even the “drama” this season is so boring. They tried to make James out to be a Bentley-sized villain but he actually came off as kind of sympathetic. His crime was speaking the language of the real world instead of bachelor lala land like the other guys. In the real world it would be ridiculous to be so committed to a person you’ve been out with once that you can’t even imagine ever dating anyone else. But in bachelor land you pretend that this is not only reasonable but the noble thing to do (while secretly hoping you’re the next bachelor and end up with hotter girls than Des).

  2. karynr

    July 2, 2013 at 9:23 AM

    Goodbye Juan Pablo, you gorgeous hunk of a man!

    I slept through most of it, waking up right before the rose ceremony. Perfect timing. I’m not even going to bother watching it again. TOO BORING!

    I just wanted meathead James to leave. I could care less how or when it happened.

    RS is right about Drew being the next Bach. CH is pimping him on another blog. He said, “This is the week everyone will fall in love with Drew.” NOT. I have no interest in watching a season of someone who looks like their 12, wearing too much hair gel and possibly wanting a boyfriend versus a girlfriend. I will not watch that season. Dudley Doright is cute in a little boy way, but as a lead…..no way.

  3. karynr

    July 2, 2013 at 9:24 AM

    they’re not their

  4. Sunnyside422

    July 2, 2013 at 9:55 AM

    James…not attractive at all…sweating through his too tight shirt. Reminded me of Sean last season when he looked like he was about to burst through his short sleeved shirt the night he was eliminated…after thinking “there is my wife” just before Emily axed him for Jeff and Arie!

    Drew is a little girl and this is the best they can come up with as next bachelor! Won’t be a must see season for me if it is true.

    Zak sparkly teeth and those eyes that seem to pop open! He is scary looking.

    Still see nothing even remotely attractive about Brooks in any way shape or form! We all know that relationship will fizzle quickly especially when he discovers all the fun James and Kasey are having with the Chicago chickies!

    Again, didn’t see all the show (preferring my book) so missed some of what Steve recapped. Looks like I didn’t miss much.

  5. elizabeth82

    July 2, 2013 at 10:06 AM

    I enjoyed this recap more than the episode, so thanks for that, Steve. This season is seriously dragging. Des was my fav on Sean’s season but this is a weird group of guys. Why did the James drama have to span the whole episode? It rivaled the Jersey episode with how boring it was.

    I’ve had no problem boycotting previous seasons of “The Bachelor” when I don’t have any interest in the lead (Brad 2.0, Jason, and Jake) and I will probably do so again if Drew is the next Bachelor. He’s gay (with a side of emotional immaturity), so what’s the point? If they have to pick any of these effeminate guys, I can stand Zak the most. I did like Michael but now he’s just annoying me.

  6. jsocial12

    July 2, 2013 at 11:20 AM

    What a bunch of whiny little girls, especially Michael, Kasey and Drew. They get their panties in a twist because meany James says that there is life after the Bachelorette? Gasp! How dare he.

    Also, does it drive anyone else NUTS that Reality Steve won’t tell us the guys who do not like Des, yet he keeps slipping that in left and right in all of his recaps? Hopefully it’s not just me, because it’s annoying. Either tell us or stop talking about it.

  7. kjopo84

    July 2, 2013 at 11:54 AM

    Oh my! Steve you’re a great uncle. Zak in my opinion would make the best bachelor of this group. And I liked how he, Brooks, and Juan Pablo didn’t get involved in the James drama.

  8. kbtlr09

    July 2, 2013 at 11:56 AM

    I agree. Drew is a little girl. I can’t picture him as the next bachelor. He’s too feminine.

  9. rob22

    July 2, 2013 at 12:02 PM

    The wife and I made it to the 45 minute mark before falling asleep this time. Well, she made it about 25 minutes and I was only half paying attention. I thought that maybe as we got to know the guys better it would get better, but it isn’t. I’m trying to see the attraction to the metrosexual Brooks. And, I guess to a certain type of woman, they’re just going to like an effeminate guy with girl hair. I suppose it’s no worse than Emily enjoying a little boy who rides a skateboard and pulls his love quotes off of greeting cards. But, at least Jef (or the editors) hid it a little better…. OK, not that much better.

  10. rob22

    July 2, 2013 at 12:07 PM

    Did anyone notice the decline in Des’s looks? Those dark circles around her eyes are back & she is starting to look a little skeletal. Someone feed that girl a BLT, stat! I mean, she’s nice. But what do you say to her? She doesn’t have anything at all to say…. she just has above average looks, a nice smile and a good back story. Other than that…. nothing. I can see why the guys aren’t into her. With Emily, there was an edgier person inside that southern belle exterior…. and well, the girls were spectacular. They have to do better next time. Too bad we never got Emily O.

  11. rob22

    July 2, 2013 at 12:13 PM

    On James, I don’t think he did anything terribly wrong other than speak freely in front of a bunch of little girls. But James as a type is disgusting. He, like Mikey, would appeal to the girls that like spray tans, gold chains, steroid fed muscles and STDs. Yes, the Jersey Shore groupies. When ugly New Jersey chicks go for that stuff, I can live with it…. but are there really other girls out there that like his type?? If so, wow.

  12. blueice

    July 2, 2013 at 12:50 PM

    Regarding the guys that didnt like Des, I guess as they get eliminated RS will make his reveal. Frankly except for dainty ‘wall kiss wannabe’ Drew I dont see any of the guys being super in to her.
    Meanwhile that WTF preview, shown at the end, was nothing new. Someone leaves mid season and then comes back at the end to claim the rose and lady. Drama and Scene. YAWN.

  13. jsocial12

    July 2, 2013 at 1:04 PM

    blueice, Gotcha. I guess that makes sense…haha. It just seemed like he was teasing us with it.

    I guess the guy who left in Germany, the guy whose GF showed up, Mikey and James aren’t into Des. I’m all caught up then.

  14. oyoung1117

    July 2, 2013 at 1:08 PM

    Rob22–totally agree about Des having nothing to say. That really sums up the entire problem with her as a lead. She really tries, you can just tell she is a boring person to talk to.
    Reality Steve is irritating me again. He is dangling secrets and never telling them for no reason. I get why he gives a hint and then holds off on the big reveal for a long time to drum up interest, but to just not tell things he knows because it’s not his place or whatever is annoying. Also he refuses to ever speculate on the motivation behind the most interesting decisions made on the show and I love speculation. But to his credit he did say how he felt about whether James really had done anything wrong or not which is not usually his style, but I did appreciate.
    I really, really hope he is wrong about them recycling a contestant to be the next bachelor. I’m ready for fresh meat! But I am sure he is right.

  15. wavecatchingmom

    July 2, 2013 at 1:35 PM

    “Drew got furious. Like, so furious to the point where his hair almost un-parted itself. Yeah, that bad. For a second I thought he was gonna haul off and throw his glass of milk across the room, that’s how bothered he was.”
    classic RS quote right there. and brings up the superman image yet again. isn’t superman kinda white toast too? I sort of have some expertise in how archetypes and myths work. 75 years of superman mythology can’t trump thousands of years, so I haven’t seen the show, but perhaps they are going to another source in order to better capture the collective. speaking of that, this week’s theme, and RS unconscious female bashing with references to men “on their periods”, is how reversing the myth (really cinderella is a reversal, in all of known history there’s never been a situation in which women control their romantic destiny) causes role reversal in general. and how that role reversal can get your panties in a bunch apparently (another negative reference to feminine/masculine). I rather enjoyed the men grappling with this situation this episode, minus the 45 minutes of the James vs. boymen. Lets face it men, in this brave new world we are dealing with old archetypes battling a new situation where women have more power than they ever have. Des herself is so confused by this that she can’t help but react positively to a manly man like James, who is actually more in touch with himself and more real than the others. and RS, just to keep it real, being on your period is no joke, and women need men’s support to calm all of these hormones that allow us to carry your seed to its fruition. just sayin…

  16. bigfatwoman

    July 2, 2013 at 1:48 PM

    Count me in as one who had an early crush on James. He has a very handsome face, but he’s all meathead from the chin down….not usually my type, but definitely not my type now.

    It’s not what he said, it’s the fact that he was dumb enough to say it. His pathetic back peddling was a total turn off.

    Des is a nice girl without much personality. She has a pretty face and a nice figure, but the way she walks kinda pigeon toe, bow legs with ankle weights is very un sexy to me.

    I think ABC screwed up on casting her more so than screwing up casting the guys.

  17. mctownse

    July 2, 2013 at 4:11 PM

    I’ve watched every season since Jillian, but this season is unwatchable. Does Des know any words besides “aww” and “yay”? Does she have any interests? Does she know any jokes? Apparently not.

    The guys are a yawn, too, but I wonder if that’s just because they’re bored to tears with the lead. I sure would be.

    I would love to see them cast someone goofy, nerdy, sassy, INTERESTING on this show. I guess all those folks are too smart to sign up for it? Seriously, if they would hire RS to help with casting the show might just be watchable again.

  18. Caroll

    July 2, 2013 at 4:41 PM

    Interesting that they cut out any “good-bye” footage of Kasey this week. Usually the cast-offs get to say a few words!

  19. emerald3358

    July 2, 2013 at 6:39 PM

    You are killing me with the Brooks, Brooks, Brooks stuff!! However…thank you for bringing some anticipation to this season!

  20. rl1991

    July 2, 2013 at 8:41 PM

    About that Brooks, Brooks, Brooks… I have a theory. Maybe, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks is the only thing we hear Desiree saying from the Fantasy Suite. And maybe, there’s the word Oh in front of it. Just my own speculation 🙂

  21. elizabeth82

    July 2, 2013 at 9:13 PM

    @rl1991: No, I don’t think so. Steve hinted that the “Brooks, Brooks, Brooks” moment is next episode and we’re not at the fantasy suite dates yet. Unless your comment was a total joke.

    Brooks is so effeminate, by the way . . . This season is off.

  22. kasey31

    July 2, 2013 at 9:52 PM

    Hi, everyone!!! Hope you all are doing well.. it’s been a while since I checked in, so I just wanted to stop by and say hello : ) I am not watching this season.. I gave it a solid 3 episodes, and I tried my hardest to get into it, but it just wasn’t happening for me for some reason.. and that’s weird bc I have not loved every season, but I always, always watch regardless.. this is the first time I have ever not watched, not even channel surfed by it to get a quick peak..

    Anyway, hope everyone is great.. and for those continuing to tune in, you are all troopers!

    Any other good shows on right now? I tried Under the Dome and thought it was ridiculous..

  23. elizabeth82

    July 2, 2013 at 10:01 PM

    Hi Kasey. I kind of like “Whodunnit,” ABC’s new show on Suns. at 9. Only two episodes so far. If reality show combined with murder mystery appeals to you you might check it out. I prefer books to TV but have actually tuned in for this one. 😉

  24. kasey31

    July 2, 2013 at 11:10 PM

    Hey, Elizabeth! Yes, I have heard of it, but haven’t checked it out yet and wasn’t sure when it was on.. I didn’t know there was a reality aspect to it? I do like murder mysteries, so I might have to give that one a try.. thanks! : )

  25. natasha179

    July 2, 2013 at 11:31 PM

    I don’t understand why so many women drool over Drew and say he looks like a Ken doll. Sure, he has blonde hair and is tall, but there’s something off about his face- his eyes are really close together, and his nose is weird. He’s kind of a butterface. James on the other hand, has a gorgeous face. But I agree he is too meathead-y, if you will, from neck down. Not so impressed by any of the men this season. As for the poster who said Emily Maynard was gorgeous, she had duck lips (injected), thin bleached blonde hair, and fake boobs- they should have a natural beauty, who is accomplished (doctor, scientist, what have you) be the next bachelorette, there are plenty of them.

  26. rob22

    July 3, 2013 at 6:02 AM

    Natasha, for the record, I never said Emily was gorgeous. I said the “girls” were spectacular. (cue laugh track). Anyways, I don’t think anyone would argue that she was far more interesting than Des. As far as looks, on Emily, I agree with you…. she’s pretty fake & not my type at all. I like the poster who stated that the only words Des can say are Wow and Yay! That is hysterical and true, if you throw in the stock “amazing” comment she makes about two dozen times a show.

  27. mcbb

    July 4, 2013 at 6:14 AM

    One thing is now obvious and no longer subject to question. After the Munich and Barcelona episodes the cat is finally out of the bag. Desiree may be a basically good person; but she is not what she’s been advertised to be … a devout born-again Christian with strong convictions and high standards.

    For those of you not wise to the ways of German beer: The average alcohol content of German beer is 18%. The standard 12 oz. can of American beer is 6.5%. You do the math. In Munich, Des took on a half-gallon of local brew and never even blinked. Having a glass of wine at the weekly Rose Ceremony cocktail party is one thing … but what she did in Munich was something entirely different. The gal is an experienced guzzler.

    Then during the Barcelona episode, Des had to be “bleeped” out several times to edit out bad language. And it’s not the first time she’s let her tongue slip. I caught a slip the very first night; after greeting one of the men as he exited the limo she looked squarely at the camera and blurted out a loud and clear “Damn!”

    Any questions I’ve had about Des have now all been resolved; and now I have no doubts at all. Desiree is a fraud and the audience is a victim. Despite anything you hear to the contrary, Desiree is the stereo-typical California fun-in-the-sun Bikini Beach girl and is definitely into the Hollywood lifestyle. I would describe her as being 27 going on 16, with the maturity of a sophomore.

  28. bnfan

    July 4, 2013 at 9:20 PM

    If Steve is correct about Drew being groomed as the next Bachelor, then I think the production is behind the buying of his block of fake followers and maybe even paying for it.

  29. inflighthoney

    July 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM

    James should totally be the next bachelor!

  30. sowrong

    July 6, 2013 at 11:38 PM

    mcbb, I’m sorry, but you are INSANE. The average alcohol content in German beer is from 4,5% to 6%. I have NO idea where you got your 18% from. Oh, and I’ve lived in Germany for 5 years now. Trust me. Anyone can drink as much as Desiree did without blinking. No reason for judging her for that.

  31. natasha179

    July 10, 2013 at 7:54 PM

    rob22, Emily’s “girls” weren’t spectacular, lol. Men in the US are so easily impressed by fake, plastic boobs. If you want to see women with gorgeous REAL curves, much shapelier than her, you should check out Lebanese/Arabic women, Persian women, or the actresses in Bollywood. They are gorgeous, and genetically blessed with real curves, not the fake plastic balls women here get! Nothing compares to real, natural beauty.

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