23 Silly But Actually Low-Key Serious Questions For The Girls On 'The Bachelor'
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23 Silly But Actually Low-Key Serious Questions For The Girls On 'The Bachelor'

*Screams at the TV* "Why didn't you pick her?!?"

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23 Silly But Actually Low-Key Serious Questions For The Girls On 'The Bachelor'
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Raise your hand if you’re a "Bachelor" fan. Go ahead, raise them high because I have both hands in the air.

I am a loyal and devoted "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" fan. I watch every season and do not miss a single episode. I laugh at the crazy contestants, cringe at the awkward first encounters, roll my eyes at the “drama queens” and yell at the TV when people are sent home.

After watching the show for years, there are questions that linger in the back of my mind as I watch each episode. I can't be the only one who wonders how these girls manage to survive this show, right?

1. How much money do you spend on your clothes?

The amount of clothes girls bring on the show is insane. You have to prepare for every possible weather scenario because you never know where you’ll end up traveling to.

I can only imagine how much money girls drop on their wardrobe for the show.

2. Is it worth spending all that money and then being sent home the first night?

Let’s say you get sent home the first night after you’ve spent a fortune on clothes. Is it worth it, really? I guess you’ll at least have your clothes to comfort you…

3. Do you really think how much money you spend on clothes matters?

4. What do you do when you’re bored at the mansion?

The girls are always shown sitting around the mansion. They are never shown with any electronics. Of course, there’s the pool outside, but what do they do all day?

5. There’s always alcohol…do you just drink because you’re bored?

6. Do you ever eat? Because you never do on the dates.

Now, I know I’m not the only one who wonders this. Why do you never eat on the dates? Do you ever eat at all? Sometimes the food on the dates looks really good…just saying.

7. How do you handle being in a house with so many girls who are strangers?

8. Can you pick who you room with?

9. What do you do when other girls start fighting?

10. How do you handle the stress of the show?

Maybe this is where the alcohol comes in again...

11. Do people treat you differently after you’ve been on the show?

12. How can you cry your eyes out on TV?

13. Do you ever get any privacy?

14. How do you manage being homesick?

15. Are you on the show for the right reasons or is it all about being on TV?

There are always a few girls who just seem like they are on the show for a good time.

16. Do you ever regret the things you say on TV?

I know I cringe at the things some girls say during their interviews and on the dates.

17. Do you go back and watch the show when it airs?

18. Do you care what your friends and family will think when they see you on the show?

19. When you're sent home, are you forced to talk to the camera crew in the car afterward?

Does it frustrate anyone else that the girls are forced to talk to the camera as soon as they get dumped? I mean, they’re at their lowest.

20. How do you prepare yourself for the fantasy suite date knowing everyone will watch this once it airs?

Emphasis on EVERYONE here.

21. How do you accept the fact that you’re not the only girl he says “I love you” to?

22. For the girls who get a proposal, does watching the show once it airs cause tension in your relationship?

23. Does being on the show change how you view love?

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