13 Reasons Why I Should Be On The Next Season Of 'The Bachelor'
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13 Reasons Why I Should Be On The Next Season Of 'The Bachelor'

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13 Reasons Why I Should Be On The Next Season Of 'The Bachelor'
Kylee Pearl

Let’s be honest, we’ve all thought about being on The Bachelor. Whether we would want to be on it for the fame, the money, or the good-looking people, we’ve imagined what our attention-grabbing limo entrance would be.

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However, life seems to always get in the way of living the ‘Bachelor’ dream or at least get in the way of auditioning. So, bachelor people here’s a quick rundown of why I should be on the next season of “The Bachelor”.

1. I’m inexperienced.

At everything. Literally everything. The show will give me life experiences.

2. I look good in a bikini.

That was a lie. Or was it? See, I’m already good at the drama aspect.

3. I’m awkward.

I can give you hours of material to put in the end credit sequence.

4. I’m young.

Probably too young. My brain’s still forming but hey, I’m legally allowed to drink.

(Bekah Martinez who?)

5. My name isn’t Lauren.

I can add a little diversity to the mix.

6. I can cry on command.

Or at least look like I’m always on the verge of a mental breakdown… because I am.

7. I have major daddy issues.

8. I have morals and values that could potentially get in the way.

Again I say, drama.

9. I’m still in college.

Oh, a girl with an education (and endless student debt)? Why yes I am.

10. I’m fine with embarrassing myself in front of all of America.

I can’t sing or dance or do much of anything for that matter. But I will do it all for my people.

11. My parents are divorced.

I already have a messed up idea of love.

12. I’m always ready to fight.

For new friendships that is! Unless they get in the way of me and my new man.

13. I’m desperate.

Aren’t we all?

Maybe one day I’ll actually live my dream of being on “The Bachelor”. In all seriousness, I love this show, love talking about it, and would love to see if my awkward self could make it past the rose ceremony.

“The Bachelor” brings people together and allows us to feel like we’re apart of something, even if that something is never usually true love. At the end of the day, we all had a good time. Except for the women who got their hearts broken…

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