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written by Dominick Cappello

Okay, I’m a dude and I just don’t get it. Why the heck is it so important to be the last girl standing in Big Brother? It’s September 8, 2016 and Natalie has just been evicted. Nicole (who I loved in BB16) mentioned in her goodbye message – with a twinkle in her eye – that she was the last girl standing. So what? Who cares? Being the last girl standing shouldn’t be what you strive for. Look at what has happened in past seasons. Does anyone remember how devastated Keesha was in BB10 when she realized that Dan and Memphis were voting her out at final four instead of Jerry? Of course, the most glaring example is when Britney was told about The Brigade (Enzo, Hayden, & Lane) back in BB12. It was so uncomfortable as it dawned on her that she had been played the entire time. Yet, there’s still people like Christine in BB16 who sold out all the girls, including Nicole, only to be voted out once the bros didn’t need her as a number anymore. I consider myself a bro. I loved The Brigade, but I’m getting tired of the guys dominating every season. It’s tedious. That’s why I’d love to see a girls alliance finally do well. It would be something different. Who knows what will happen at the end of this season. Nicole is the last girl standing and never before in the history of Big Brother U.S. has a girl beaten a guy in the finals. I guess I’m somewhat rooting for Nicole because quite frankly there’s nobody else I give two craps about. But, why has she worked so hard to ensure that she’ll have trouble securing jury votes? Especially when you have Paulie, the chairman of the d-bag women haters club, in the jury. Is Nicole setting the table for Corey? If the Nicole loses to this season to the goat-slayer that would be sad and pathetic and so many levels.

Don't let this happen to you.

Don’t let this happen to you.

Author: Dominick

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