No girlwantsto be called "always a bridesmaid, never a bride" ...
Like my satin dress?There's 26 more where that came from.
But it's not a major insult, right?
Here's why I ask: Not to expose my penchant for bad TV, but last week onBachelor Pad, the roommates voted Natalie "Most Likely to Be Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Bride." And she kind of had a meltdown!
The 28-year-old—who the week before said, "I'd make out with every guy in the house for, like, 20 bucks"—doesn't act like she's ready to settle down, so why does she care whether people view her as marriage material?
Have you been told you're "always a bridesmaid"?Did it sting?Or did you think it just meant that you had a lot of friends?!
And is anyone else (besides me andErin) watchingBachelor Pad?
More things I'm wondering:
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