Who will this Bachelorette choose?

May 24, 2010 Read more: Times-Transcript 51

Ali Fedotowsky ditched "The Bachelor" last season for her job. The smiley former Facebook advertising account manager now has a new gig as "The Bachelorette." Fedotowsky is the latest leading lady in a long line of single men and woman -- 20, to be exact -- selected to sift through a stack of suitors in hopes of finding the perfect match on the ...

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Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#1 May 30, 2010
It'll be Roberto, a fellow Hispanic.

Ask my non-Hispanic midwestern wife. Hispanic men are real macho, passionate, and sexy.

Women go crazy for the Hispanic charm ... look how Ali went crazy for Roberto. The Latin charm is overwhelming to women.
Goldie

Tucson, AZ

#2 May 30, 2010
why is that?
Goldie

Tucson, AZ

#3 May 30, 2010
test
Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#4 May 30, 2010
Goldie wrote:
why is that?
Thanks for asking. My wife likes that I showed how much I was into her when I first saw her on our blind date. She liked that I wasn't hiding the way I felt, and I would tell her, instead of acting cool.

Also, I believe that women deep inside crave for security in a man, and I come from a family where the man took his role seriously as a protector and provider. She loves looking up to me & it feeds into my ego, especially when she brags to her friends about what a good father and provider I am.

She loves the fact that I take my role as a man seriously, and I'm not afraid to take charge when it comes to important family decision.

Ha ha, my wife admits she never looked for Hispanics, but she couldn't help fall for me -- just as Ali fell for Roberto. In fact, my wife had to admit that she is drawn to that Hispanic charm (and value for manliness) like Ali probably was.

There is it, Goldie, I just spilled my guts out a little.
Wouldnt You Know

AOL

#5 May 31, 2010
No I dont think it will be Roberto. Hispanic men are known to be machistic, domineering, possesive, controlling and have their women do all the cleaning, cooking and taking care of the children. If thats what independent Ali wants then shes in for a big surprise. Not only that, the mother in law is extremely nosey, tells you how to raise the kids and the family is always telling you what to do visiting your house when they should stay away.

Ali youre crazy with this salsa dude but then you were a drama queen in the last episode, so anything you do doesnt surprise me.

“TheseDays”

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#6 May 31, 2010
Latino men can act all macho ~ until the Queen gets home......
Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#7 May 31, 2010
Viva wrote:
Latino men can act all macho ~ until the Queen gets home......
Those are the "reformed" Hispanics.

I'm proud to say I'm the leader of the household, and my wife is completely content with it.
Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#8 May 31, 2010
Wouldnt You Know wrote:
No I dont think it will be Roberto. Hispanic men are known to be machistic, domineering, possesive, controlling and have their women do all the cleaning, cooking and taking care of the children. If thats what independent Ali wants then shes in for a big surprise. Not only that, the mother in law is extremely nosey, tells you how to raise the kids and the family is always telling you what to do visiting your house when they should stay away.
Ali youre crazy with this salsa dude but then you were a drama queen in the last episode, so anything you do doesnt surprise me.
You're making me blush!

All kidding aside, I need to state that being the leader of the household comes the responsibility of loving, protecting, and providing -- those are traits that men and women don't value anymore in a man, but my lovely wife certainly does (just as I value her nurturing ways).

I agree with you about the over-involvement of in-laws -- however, it happens with non-Hispanic families as well. When you think about it, when you have grandma watch kids with both parents working, it opens the door for unsolicited involvement (because grandma ends up raising the kids, not the mother who should stay home).

I was fortunate to have parents keep a healthy distance from their parents (my grandparents)-- any sign of unwanted involvement or influence was quickly squashed by my parents.

My parents and my beautiful wife's parents are wise enough to shy away from giving us unsolicited advice.

That's why we enjoy blessed peace in our household that includes a young toddler boy.
Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#9 Jun 1, 2010
Ali gave a rose to my man Roberto!
Wouldnt You Know

AOL

#10 Jun 9, 2010
Sandokan wrote:
<quoted text>
You're making me blush!
All kidding aside, I need to state that being the leader of the household comes the responsibility of loving, protecting, and providing -- those are traits that men and women don't value anymore in a man, but my lovely wife certainly does (just as I value her nurturing ways).
I agree with you about the over-involvement of in-laws -- however, it happens with non-Hispanic families as well. When you think about it, when you have grandma watch kids with both parents working, it opens the door for unsolicited involvement (because grandma ends up raising the kids, not the mother who should stay home).
I was fortunate to have parents keep a healthy distance from their parents (my grandparents)-- any sign of unwanted involvement or influence was quickly squashed by my parents.
My parents and my beautiful wife's parents are wise enough to shy away from giving us unsolicited advice.
That's why we enjoy blessed peace in our household that includes a young toddler boy.
I love your prose on how wonderful your marriage is and how you're the leader because you provide, give me a break. Do admit that latin men are domineering and machos. If this is what independent Ali wants, she's in for a surprise. I hope she realizes what she's getting herself into before concentrating only on kissing and how wonderful these guys are.
I see a lot of stalkers, sickos and mentally unstable dudes there.
Wouldnt You Know

AOL

#11 Jun 9, 2010
Viva wrote:
Latino men can act all macho ~ until the Queen gets home......
to do the cooking, cleaning, taking care of the kids and serving them their food when its ready. THAT'S the queen. LOL

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#12 Jun 9, 2010
What a crazy name. She should change it to Susie Fedotowsky!
Sandokan

Pompano Beach, FL

#13 Jun 9, 2010
Wouldnt You Know wrote:
<quoted text>
I love your prose on how wonderful your marriage is and how you're the leader because you provide, give me a break. Do admit that latin men are domineering and machos. If this is what independent Ali wants, she's in for a surprise. I hope she realizes what she's getting herself into before concentrating only on kissing and how wonderful these guys are.
I see a lot of stalkers, sickos and mentally unstable dudes there.
My "prose" is true, my dear. I wish I could have you spend the day at our home so you can see for yourself. I'm not saying I'm perfect, but you'll never find me whine about how my wife whines and nags the way my co-workers complain about their spouses.

I've always said that with being macho, comes the responsibility of providing and protecting; my white American wife, who was used to dating weak, wimpy guys before dating (and eventually marrying) me loves the fact I "wear the pants" ... and she loves staying home with our little boy.

Anyway, I've been watching (along with my wife). Hey, are you noticing how Roberto is overwhelming with his Latino charm. My wife was kind of rolling her eyes when I told her that that was the way I was overwhelming her during our dating days ... and still do.

Has Roberto won you over yet? You noticed he got the 1st rose again!

I like that he's intelligent and a true gentleman. Not your ignorant drunkard with limited social skills. He's got it going, like me!(just teasing)
bachelorette fan

Dayton, OH

#14 Jul 4, 2010
i like frank but i think in the end it will be chris or roberto but i dont think she likes any of them as much as frank... i also like ty but i dont think ali's gonna keep him around after she meets his family... but roberto is sexy haha...
bachelorette fan

Dayton, OH

#15 Jul 4, 2010
just on a side note the show is all about falling in love and i dont think she has quiet yet fallen in love but shell get there
Manny Rodriguez

Deerfield Beach, FL

#16 Jul 4, 2010
bachelorette fan wrote:
just on a side note the show is all about falling in love and i dont think she has quiet yet fallen in love but shell get there
The Latino charm will be too much for her to resist. It'll be Roberto.

I know; I used it to win my wife, a Midwestern lady. She couldn't resist my charm.
Mariah

United States

#17 Jul 6, 2010
I think Ali is overwhelmed with the number of "dits" they'd picked for this show. A wrestler with a girlfriend and broken foot, a boy with a nasal twang who goes out and gets a tattoo for her, a fruitcake who has to pick on others to "prove" his manhood, and a weatherman "tattletale" who just tries to be her friend. Honestly, she probably thinks the whole group's flawed. I would!

“BSL is BS!”

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#18 Jul 7, 2010
I have only watched the first episode and I was charmed by Roberto...lol.

My husband is from Colombia and I love latino men. He was the first latino I dated. I'm a white American. And I think he fell for me because I didn't go for that domineering/macho crap.

Do I love to cook for him? Absolutely. Do I clean? Yep. But he does those things, too. Marriage is a partnership. Atleast ours happens to be.

I guess if you are a woman and you wanna be that housewife while your man goes out and makes the bacon that is ok...but that isn't for me...and not ALL latino men want that either. I know if I became that woman my husband wouldn't want to be with me anymore.

Back to Roberto...I think I heard that they knew each other before the show or happened to run in the same social circle...
Manny Rodriguez

Pompano Beach, FL

#19 Jul 10, 2010
Yeah Violent Kisses,
You love your man to be emasculated, as the trend in this country is heading. Not good modeling for the children ... and that's part of the spiritual battle this country is losing. The Homer Simpson mentality is what men have allowed themselves to be reduced to.
My wife likes a man to be an alpha male.
She likes to feel like she's married to a man who plays his role as a spiritual leader and head of the household. However, with that comes responsibility to lay down your life for your family, and to be the stronghold of the discipline of your children. And you do that because you love and want to protect your children.
Being a macho/alpha male is not crap. An effeminite man is crap!
Feminists are the most miserable women on Earth. I know, my wife used to be one years ago (before meeting me).

“BSL is BS!”

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#20 Jul 10, 2010
Manny Rodriguez wrote:
Yeah Violent Kisses,
You love your man to be emasculated, as the trend in this country is heading. Not good modeling for the children ... and that's part of the spiritual battle this country is losing. The Homer Simpson mentality is what men have allowed themselves to be reduced to.
My wife likes a man to be an alpha male.
She likes to feel like she's married to a man who plays his role as a spiritual leader and head of the household. However, with that comes responsibility to lay down your life for your family, and to be the stronghold of the discipline of your children. And you do that because you love and want to protect your children.
Being a macho/alpha male is not crap. An effeminite man is crap!
Feminists are the most miserable women on Earth. I know, my wife used to be one years ago (before meeting me).
He isn't fem or emasculated at all...nor is he a chauvinistic pig like you...

A man can protect his family and still want his wife to have her own thoughts and feelings...I know a strange concept for a man like you to understand...

You would think a woman speaking her mind and having an opinion and her own life is miserable...wouldn't you...when the only thing that can make you feel like a man is controling some weak minded woman...pathetic...

As for children...I don't have any nor do I plan on having any...I wasn't put on this earth to breed...I'm worth more than that...and I fear for any female children you have...

The worst women on earth are women who are made to think they can be happy only pleasing a man...

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