I watch The Bachelor. And yes, that was as hard as I thought it would be to publicly admit to the online world. You either love it or hate it. But regardless of your hatred or passion of the ABC show, you will hear about it play-by-play on Twitter, Facebook, entertainment news sites and plenty of other places religiously on Monday nights.
Despite the fact that it is complete television trash, I find entertainment in not only the show but also a Twitter account called Princess Problems (@PrincessProbz) that live tweets during the course of the show. Often the tweets can be brutal and often undeserved, it does create an even greater comedic effect than The Bachelor already is in and of itself. With @PrincessProbz’s 410,000 followers, I’m not the only one that tunes in on Monday nights. Though I don’t enjoy admitting my following of the account (or show), I can’t help but continually refresh my timeline seeking new tweets during Bachelor time.
Though I don’t encourage people to join The Bachelor bandwagon (because there are more productive things I could be doing for two hours on my Monday nights), I do however encourage those dedicated fans to check out Twitter during the program for some comedy on the quest for Juan Pablo’s love.