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Has anyone on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette declined an invitation to "The Fantasy Suite"?

Asked by essieness (7693points) February 20th, 2010

Yes, I admittedly watch this show. Go ahead and make fun.

For those of you who don’t watch, The Fantasy Suite is offered to the guys and girls who make it into the last phases of the show. While on an uber-romantic date in some far away magical land, the contestants are given the opportunity to “forgo their individual rooms” and spend the night together in this fancy suite. Of course the suite has been prepared in the most romantic possible way to increase the chances of the lovers getting it on. It’s completely cheesy: bubble bath with rose petals, rose petals on the bed, candles everywhere, champagne… the whole nine yards.

Every season that I watch, I wait for someone to decline the offer, but it never happens. This season, I really thought little miss sweet and innocent, Tenley, would be the one to have some dignity, but she too gave in to the drama and romance.

So, can anyone think of a season in which someone didn’t take the bait?

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Captain_Fantasy's avatar

I get so tired of chasing these bachelors out of my suite.

HungryGuy's avatar

I’ve never seen the show, but from your description of the Fantasy Suite, who in their right mind would ever refuse such an opportunity for fun? Is there some “catch” to going to the Fantasy Suite that you haven’t mentioned in your question? Again, I’ve never seen the show, so I don’t know why anyone would refuse based on your description.

essieness's avatar

@HungryGuy There’s no catch. It’s the first opportunity for the guy and girl to spend the night together. The reason I would think someone would decline it is because the bachelor or bachelorette is also spending the night in the Fantasy Suite with 2 or 3 other people, on different nights. Keep in mind, the bachelor or bachelorette is dating several different people all at the same time. These romantic dates are happening to everyone. There’s nothing special about it and it’s pretty apparent that sex is understood. These people have been “dating” on a reality TV show for just a few weeks, and suddenly they’re spending the night together? Hmm…

Trillian's avatar

Eeeeewww. I don’t watch reality tv. The question is, how many STD’s are being transmitted?

punkrockworld's avatar

Of course not…....they are all whorrrrrrrrrres.

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