Howdy, Trashy Trashertons!!! We had a bit of a break last week, getting a recap of the five or so weeks we’ve seen so far. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I have been waiting with baited breath for two whole weeks, waiting to see which of the dudes is coming back to the competition.
We don’t have to wait long to find out…it’s Jeremy.
Meh. Phil was loads more entertaining, but I think Jeremy’s re-appearance is going to get Jourdan’s panties in a wad, so I can totally get on board with this.
And…I’m right. Jourdan barely gets back to the House That Tyra Built before she is telling anyone within ear shot how much she hates Jeremy. Now, a reasonable person would ask why this little Ryan-From-OC clone is so offensive to her, but you have to remember, Jourdan has been through a traumatizing life experience…one that very, very few people ever have to go through: divorce.
“I was married and divorced at 18, and because of this hugely traumatic experience, that no one else in the world has ever gone through, I can’t be around anyone who reminds me of my ex-husband. So basically, men. Because my ex-husband was a man. I married and divorced him when I was 18.”
What does one thing have to do with the other? Not one damn thing. However, because Jeremy showed the slightest inkling of what could be a crush on her, Jourdan has all but planted devil ears on his head, and won’t shut up about how much Jeremy reminds her of her ex-husband, and how traumatized she is that she was marriedanddivorcedat18.
Holy mother of God. If we had made a drinking game out of each time she brings this up, we would all be having our stomachs pumped by now. Girl needs to find herself a therapist. Stat.
Anyway, the voices in her head are telling her that Jeremy is trying to play mind games with her, and when he commented that Jourdan missed him during his brief absence, well…what he was really saying was that he is going to make her his bitch, and kill her bunny, and you get the idea.
Her audience for this little tirade just stares back at her with looks of bewilderment.