Last week we told you about what may have been the most complicated dinner party we’ve ever attended (culinarily speaking), The Vagrancy Project. So as not to make you think we’re elitist about food parties, because we do enjoy formal meals and casual dining alike, we wanted to tell you about our Bachelor Mondays dinners.
Yep, that’s right, we watched The Bachelor all season. By “watched,” we mostly mean “yelled at,” though, which is really where most of the fun is at. But now that the show is over, and Caveman and Model are left to their own devices (we’re guessing an US Weekly cover followed by a breakup followed by irrelevancy), we’re all left with a sad, empty spot on our calendars where Bachelor Mondays used to be.
Which is why, when one of the girls suggested we start watching Dancing with the Stars, we answered with a chorus of excited yeses. So if you need an excuse to get your friends together, look no further than your guilty pleasure TV shows (we’re lookin’ at you, Toddlers and Tiaras, Millionaire Matchmaker or any of those Real Housewives shows.) Here are three lessons we learned from Bachelor Mondays to help make your Trashy TV Dinner Parties a stress-free affair.