The Bachelorette Rules of the Rose Week 7

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This week on The Bachelorette – Don’t rhyme Brussels with Mussels.

It’s the last week before hometown dates and the pressure’s on in Belgium.  Conveniently, Belgium is alo the nation the US Men will fight it out against in the World Cup this afternoon.  Coincidence?  I think not.   Sadly, our US Men’s Bachelorette Team is fighting for the final rose in all the wrong ways.

The Rules:

Do: Learn how to rock a scarf over anything- sweater, hoodie, t-shirt, tank.

Don’t: Ever tell the Bachelorette you’ve thought of leaving.

Don’t: Ever rhyme mussels with Brussels, while IN Brussels.

Do: Be someone whose name I remember before you say you’re falling in love with the Bachelorette.

Don’t: Lie to the hotel to get the Bachelorette’s room number, sneaky Nick.

Do: Take risks in Week 7.

Don’t: Not wear a coat, it’s clearly cold, everyone else is bundled up, you look colder than any amount of snuggling close will help.

Do: Rack up the roses.  Nick’s gotten rose after rose after alone time after alone time, from the First Impression Rose to the Group Date Rose for a guaranteed Hometown Date.

Don’t: Worry about what Nick’s doing, he’s already doing it better than you.

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