IHGB Podcast 59: Bachelorette Becca Week 6

Happy 4th of July everyone!

It’s week 6 and Becca’s journey to find love has hit a few rough spots. HOWEVER, she takes care of both of them by the end because she’s ready for “Let’s do the damn thing”to be in the past tense.

Some Guy in Austin and I talk Edgar Alan Poe, the correct size of a pocket square, and when it’s appropriate to call a woman “hot.”

Also, we both say the phrase “blah, blah, blah” for some reason and I snort laugh the entire last minute of the show. Sorry!

Finally Some Guy asks me which bachelorettes are still in successful relationships and guess what? I FORGOT ONE! See if you can figure out who I forgot. And then hit me up on social media. 

I can’t believe I forgot someone. That’s so weird. It’s the first mistake I ever made.

EPISODE NOTES:

Here’s everything you need to know about the “Virginia is for Lovers” campaign.

Here’s everything you need to know about pocket squares.

Here’s everything you need to know about making a plan to kiss someone in a coffin.

Here’s everything you need to know about bungee jumping!

And if you want to read the full recap of the show, click HERE!

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Debbie
Debbie

Am I the only one hearing background music at about the 30 minute mark? Great podcast! I listen even though I’m not watching this season Bachelorette.

Carolina Girl
Carolina Girl

Yes! “ Beauty & the Beast”soundtrack in the background with Gaston & Lefou singing!
Thanks for another great podcast …so much fun to listen to!

Maryann
Maryann

Don’t forget Desiree and Chris

Karen
Karen

Yes, Desiree and Chris! And, Yes, Edgar Allan Poe died and is buried in Baltimore. (Thus, the Baltimore ‘Ravens’.