It's a curious mix: both humiliating and ego-stroking.With last night's conclusion of the 19th season of ABC's contestants, who told all.Sharleen Joynt sipped her cocktail, embracing the giddiness that comes with being on a first date.They met online and now here they were, next to the floor-to-ceiling windows at New York City's Viceroy Hotel.Jimmie is seeing his single friends get married one by one.He isn't too worried until his girlfriend Anne catches the bouquet at his friend Marco's wedding. He finally decides to propose to her, but he sticks his foot in his mouth and botches the proposal.Though in a rare flash of brilliance, Jen realized that a television competition may not be the most ideal backdrop for such a quest and decided to reject all suitors, which (at that time) was a first for the franchise.Proving that competing for love on a reality show isn’t such a dumb idea after all, Bachelor reject Trista found wedded bliss with Ryan in the franchise’s lone instance of the final couple remaining together long after the cameras stopped rolling.
Why, oh, why do they try and remake Buster Keaton's movies, he was such a master of his craft that it is near impossible to make anything near as good as his original movies.
Was it true love for these Bachelors after the final rose?
Or was it an emotional roller coaster that eventually plummeted into splitsville?
The 31-year-old completed the restoration of the empty ambulance shell he bought from an online auction site for £800 by using reclaimed motorhome and caravan parts in a bid to keep down the costs.
Mr Skinner, from Pembrokeshire, south west Wales, said: 'It really doesn't bother me at all - I've not noticed any spooky activity while I've been living in there.'The ambulance has probably saved more lives than the number it's seen lose their life, that's how I like to think of it.''I did the whole conversion myself.