Dating game over sensitive
He doesn’t hold in all his emotions and then randomly explode at someone who cuts him off in traffic.He makes an art form out of cuddling and probably wants to do it more often than you do (if that’s even possible).He lives for laying in your lap while you read inspirational books aloud to him.When you ask him to go see the latest Stallone/Statham/Schwarzenegger action movie with you, he says, “What about ‘August: Osage County?'” He gets offended by, well, everything — from the tone you just used with him to the tiniest shift in your mood.When you notice your 0 organic lavender eye cream is disappearing at an unusually rapid rate, he’s probably the culprit.Bradshaw recalled the experience in 2012, telling The Sunday Telegraph that she hoped the game show would lead her to true love. I didn't want to see him again."Thirty years after the show aired, Alcala's competitors both recalled the serial killer's odd demeanor.
Alcala won the game, hardly surprising given his unbridled outward charm.
These days, their ponytails are gone, but they still like to curl up in a ball on the couch and have a good cry after watching “Blackfish.” Bless their mushy lil’ hearts, we wouldn’t have them any other way.
Below, the pros — and a few cons — of having a sensitive dude in your life.
But in 1978, two years before the murder conviction, there he was: Bachelor Number One.
He had somehow got on the popular game show The Dating Game despite a 1972 conviction for raping an eight-year-old girl.