'Bad Girls Club' Goes Speed Dating
'Bad Girls Club' Goes Speed Dating
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
When the third season of the Bad Girls Club premiered, the seven new bad girls broke into their new home and wasted no time ganging up on their least favorite roommate.  And while the first night out proved to be a disaster when the girls got bounced from several clubs for their bad tempers, this week's episode saw the girls as they quietly provoked drama and became surprisingly united for an evening of “speed dating.”

In “I Got Your Backbone,” the second episode of the third season of Bad Girls Club, the girls attempted to find love or at least have fun at a speed dating event by asking sex, sex and well, more sex.
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“I did not have much luck speed dating but I was having a lot of fun with it.  I knew I was not going to find true love at a bar so I figured why not make it as entertaining as possible.  I decided to speed date ‘bad girl' style and asked the guys as many inappropriate questions as possible.  They were paid to be there so I feel like it was only fair to make them feel a little bit uncomfortable,” Amber M. said on her blog on Oxygen.

Unlike Amber M., Ailea didn't consider speed dating as much fun as she always find it hard to meet guys in person.

“I get this weird feeling of nervousness and fear that seems to flood my body and it keeps me from functioning properly,” Ailea said.  “I just got used to online dating and I like that. I like to get to know someone before meeting them.  I like seeing if we have anything in common and going from there. I guess I'm lazy, and I don't want to go through the trial and error of meeting someone in person and having that cloud of rejection hang over me.  And having to sit through 20 guys, not knowing who they are and what they do and if I would have anything in common with them made me really nervous and scared.  Eekk!”

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: Oxygen
(Image courtesy of Oxygen)

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