Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Topics: TV, The Bachelor

Thursday, 7 January 2010

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The famous $3 rose that the contestants who get to stick around another week receive.

HOLLYWOOD - Well it only took the first show of the new Bachelor season for a scandal to rear its ugly head.

One of my show insiders Dick Parsley, who, if truth be told, is a pathological liar, said that one of the contestants had become voluntarily involved in an inappropriate relationship with one of the shows producers.

Parsley was asked to name the two individuals and he replied, "I won't. So lets just call them Mr. E and Miss P."

When asked what his definition of inappropriate is, Parsley replied, "Something that is not appropriate; not proper or suitable: such as 'Mindy wore a bikini swimsuit to the fancy wedding and the bride hollered at her that, that was highly inappropriate to wear to this beautiful occasion bitch.'"

Parsley was again asked who the two 'inappropriate' people were. And again he replied that he would not name any names. He did say that he had provided the initial of both of their last names if any of them were listening.

SIDENOTE: If the remaining girls are stupid enough to have a relationship with another member of his crew, they will be charged with wanton carnal knowledging in the first degree, which in California is punishable with a fine of $8,000 and up to three weeks in jail.

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