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But let’s not pretend that we, as a culture, don’t worship at the altar of youth.He’s got the job and the home and the car, and been divorced with a kid already.I’m the one who’s going to be responsible for my own success.I love writing this blog, I love interning, I love creating.Like Juno put it, he was a piece of furniture in my weird life and no matter how much I wanted it, he just didn’t quite fit.It was magical to grow up so blessed (yes, I was tempted to ironiy hashtag the word “blessed”—but I mean it this time).Instead of mingling at mixers and meals, however, their interaction with the opposite sex is limited to dates held in a completely dark room.
And, sure, I’ve still made mistakes and had to let people go but I feel like I’ve built much stronger relationships.
“Really, what they’re trying to do is capture a real moment.” Conley hopes that “More to Love,” which debuted July 28, will break down the barriers that larger folks face in the dating scene.
But there’s no denying that some people will tune into the reality show — the brainchild of “The Bachelor” creator Mike Fleiss — solely for the novelty factor.
Both shows sound quite a bit more interesting than boring, old “The Bachelorette.” *** “More to Love” airs at 9 p.m.
They’re more experienced, more chivalrous, and more likely to want to settle down than a twentysomething party boy.