Bachelor leaves choice up to readers
The following is an entry from Hawai'i's Bachelor Kelly Komoda's dating diary.
|Hawai'i's Bachelor Kelly Komoda enjoyed his date with the bachelorettes Friday night at Indigo.
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Check back on Friday to see what happened on the bachelor's date with 10 women. Which women were rejected, and which seven will go out with him again?
Vote for your favorite bachelorette online, and come back Friday, when we'll show video from the first date.
As you may have read earlier (in my online diary), I was really worried about the whole elimination process and not hurting anyone's feelings. I had three ways planned on how to make my decision:
The first way was to give a written compatibility test with questions about the bachelorettes' favorite things and see if their answers matched my own.
I realized after watching "The Bachelor" on TV that this would seem rather dorky, being a teacher and giving a test on my free time.
The second method was to ask each of the bachelorettes the same questions and see which answers appealed to me. This was difficult because of the lack of time I had with each girl. We had a timekeeper who gave three minutes for us to talk with one another, and she was very strict about keeping us on time.
This led me to the final plan, which I decided to use at the last minute.
I felt that the little time that I had with each of the bachelorettes could not give me a clear picture to decide on which ones would be staying in the contest; therefore, I left it up to Hawai'i to decide ...
Stay tuned to find out who moves on, and if you didn't figure it out already, I'll tell you more in my next entry.
Until next time,