New seasons of The Bachelor are always fraught with tension for viewers at home: Did you pick the right contestant to win it all in your Bachelor fantasy league? Will Juan Pablo pull a Ben and pick the wrong girl? Who brought the $3 wine to the viewing party? But it seems full Bach-mania affected no one more than pie-sex guru Jason Biggs, who felt compelled to share his thoughts on the contestants.
First he went after looks:
This season's contestants on #TheBachelor are a dentist's wet dream.— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
When that wasn’t enough, a family history of mental disabilities became fair game:
I bet that girl who has 9 special needs family members lets them play with her big titties every now and then cuz what else right?— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
Then a quick swing back through dental standards and general appearance:
You can write the Ten Commandments on the front teeth of at least 8 of these chicks. #TheBachelor— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
There are prettier faces being interviewed in the Florida State locker room right now. #TheBachelor— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
He wondered if Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis enjoyed the same type of casual misogyny:
Juan Pablo is having a really hard time hiding the fact that he thinks all these chicks are complete fucking disasters. #TheBachelor— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
Juan Pablo will hate-fuck all these chicks. They will all convince themselves that they love him. He will be single when the show is over.— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) January 7, 2014
Comedian Michael Ian Black tweeted out, possibly jokingly, to his million-plus followers:
@JasonBiggs You are a hateful shallow person. Unfollow.— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) January 7, 2014
In retaliation, Biggs took a page from the Shia LaBeouf playbook and simply retweeted Black’s , along with a follow-up about the state of Black’s career.
Biggs is no stranger to internet controversy. Earlier this summer he penned what could be the least-self-aware essay of all time, lamenting how anxiety-ridden it is to be famous—not because he’s constantly being recognized, but because he suffers the crippling pressure that he might be recognized at all. Pretty serious stuff.
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