Like, “Oh, yeah, I look like Ronald Mc Donald—OK, she got me there.” So most people have a sense of humor about it.
If you get excused, at least you can sleep well knowing that you gave it your best shot, as opposed to trying to be something that you aren’t. ” I don’t know any guy, besides a guy in a strip club, who’s just dying to give you his money—it’s so unattractive and tacky, and girls keep doing it.
One thing that I’ve noticed about so many of the girls on the show, and I don’t know why girls do this—I certainly never have and none of my friends do it—but this whole thing where they think it’s OK to talk about how much they want to spend someone else’s money. It’s the weirdest thing; I wish someone would just shake them and then hug them.
And they also can’t talk back because I’m the one with the microphone—that conquers all. Just go for it.” [ taught you about the dating world?
On these dating shows, there are always a few guys who show up and you can tell right away that they’re only there to get rejected; there’s really no chance that the female contestants would ever pick them. There have been times where guys have come to the front door and I will literally just stop and stare at the camera and wait for a producer to talk to me, like, “Are you serious with this person? For one, I now know firsthand that there are a lot of people who haven’t quite mastered the English language, and I see that everyday on set when people try to talk.
I think that the overall theme, and I’ll stick to this, is that nice guys do finish last.
Every girl’s like, “I want a bad boy—I want a guy who’s totally douche-y and wears Ed Hardy!
It’s interesting, because your good looks will often get you in the front door, but looks will rarely ever keep you there. There’s been a guy who I’ve found very attractive, a big guy with muscles, and the girls excuse him because they can’t talk to him.
So, the first part of the show is very much a man’s world; like, what do you look like and what’s your quickest line.
Complex recently chatted with Shlesinger about the funniness of .] But we really try to walk a fine line, because you don’t want anyone leaving feeling bad for themselves.
If you’re a douchebag, you probably need to hear some of this stuff, but I would never want to hurt anyone’s feelings, like, “You’ve got an ugly face!
I think people can tell that it’s real comedy, and people seem to gravitate toward that.