Why does it seem that every HOH minus Tyler has had HOH syndrome? or HOHITIS?
They made great moves, but they each have not been so great at handling their social games as HOH
Scottie had problems with the bros, Sam and her problems with the girls, Bay is now having problems with the "Short" guy
It's obvious. That puzzle was so easy a child could do it in that amount of time. When someone can't figure out how to flip a piece upside down and sits for 10 seconds, they don't want to win.
She realized that she was going to be targeted as soon as she got in, and that she made an ass out of herself to the point where her allies (especially with a 9-1 vote) her allies were done with her, and she was potentially fucking up her relationship with her boyfriend outside of the house by falling for every swinging dick in the house.
Sam was right, she wasn't empowering women, her actions spoke louder than her words, she slut shamed Haleigh long before Sam pointed it out, and Sam wasn't shaming Haliegh she was just putting her in the same box with Kaitlyn, it's obvious if you listen to that nom speech who she is after. Sam had a vendetta against Kaitlyn since week 1 when Sam was a robot and Kaitlyn started that drama with her for whatever reason.
Kaitlyn was great entertainment, it sucks to see her go, I hope she comes back in a future season. But, it's obvious she wanted to go, you don't fuck a challenge that's that easy up unless you do it on purpose...
I lost my last job back in April, due to my car breaking down and the commute, I kind of fucked up and allowed them to transfer me an hour away from home, and I paid severely, but I've had a lot of blessings during this hardship.
I was able to visit my sister in Arkansas, I found out that I am ready for a change, and this whole thing is just a process of me being able to relocate. Not that I'd choose Arkansas, but she lives in that town that is talked about on PBS. El Dorado is a city that has this huge arts district, and they actually get singers and bands like train and natasha beddingfield. It's kind of like a diamond in the rough.
I was able to get another wedding under my belt and soon another will come in September, I really enjoy that, and have found a passion for it. I want to have my own wedding business, I want to start with just me, build contacts, and eventually have a wedding service that can help people find not only quality talent, but inexpensive.
Weddings are too expensive, and it's a damn shame too, because people put so much money into that moment, and it's honestly not even that long of an event. I believe in all marriage, I am not a religious minister, I am an officiant. I refuse to call myself a minister, because I feel it's misleading. I want people to be able to celebrate their special day, and not have to worry about bullshit.
I have had a hard time, but through it all I've found a little more peace in God, and that's what It's all about. I still have issues with God, to be honest, I sometimes fail to understand why the fuck I make reckless decisions, and why I get such harsh punishments, but I'm starting to come around. I understand why I had to lose my dad, my dog, my grandparents, uncles, aunts, and many other members of my family and friends.
So all in all, I'm finding happiness and drive, and that's what's important
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