pluck my eyebrows bald than sit through a reality TV show – not because I like a smooth brow, but because 30 minutes of tweezing is less painful than 30 minutes of semi-scripted simulations pretending to be real life. But reality TV irks me on a number of levels, the first of which being the most obvious: It's so terribly fake.
It pretends to be genuine while encouraging drama too asinine to be believable in fiction.
After Josh steals a kiss, however, she's high on love, as twitterpated as a teenager.
Next time we see her, she and Josh are at a bar with a large group of her friends.
Even a group video chat where everyone performs and everyone watches can be real.Maybe they exchanged text messages all day, building things up so much that the "sorry, no chemistry" e-mail truly did shock Claire.Still, according to Breakup Girl Lynn Harris, an e-mail is appropriate after just two or three dates if you first made contact online.Amy, who likes to announce that she wants to make babies, follows her date up to his apartment on the very first day. Isn't that number one on the list of what not to do with someone you just met online?(ABC lists it last, but it's still listed.)Obviously, with the camera crew in tow, nothing dangerous is going to happen.I have no insight into the different expectations men and women might have about online communication in the early stages of dating.