sounds like a show that I’d be v v into, according to this Wikipedia description.
It features a bunch of self-described “players,” aka fuckboys of the early 2000s, competing against each other to go on dates with a model in South Beach.
I have this thing in me where no matter what the topic is, I don’t want to be left out of the conversation – I want to have something to say.
I don’t know if I ever thought I wanted to be a journalist, but at one point I did want to be the Editor of .
I started going to this youth club and it was amazing.
Just another issue we need a Kickstarter for, if you ask me.
It’s safe to say that not much surprises us in the world of dating these days, but according to Amelia Dimoldenberg, “Whoever said romance is dead has never been on a date to Chicken Cottage”.
They wouldn’t sort of believe enough in the idea to take it forward, so I thought, “Okay then, I’m just going to turn [the concept] into a video”.
Because, whatever was happening was funny, just this little blonde girl in a chicken shop, with, like, Stylo G.
Exactly, I just want to be able to have an opinion.
So as soon as they were like, “What do you want to do at the magazine?
The whole thing reeks of sleazy douchebags, and naturally the catchphrase of the show is “Don’t hate the player, hate the game!