More to Love is a positive show with its message that it is what is on the inside that counts. I absolutely believe that because I have been judged solely on my physical appearance and I can state without contradiction that being pushed aside simply because of a physical disability is no picnic. Therefore, I can relate to women who don’t feel pretty or worthwhile due to there physical appearance. However, I have tried to overcome my insecurities. I think that some of the girls like to rest on their physical appearance and use it as an excuse not to better themselves. In addition, I feel as if a few girls are prying that falling in love with Luke will change their lives forever. Meeting Luke might help the women’s self-esteem; however, truly falling in love starts with loving yourself. Yes, that statement is cheesy but I am a big fan of cheese, especially cheddar cheese and sometimes people need a little cheese. Believe me some of these women are lovely and sincere and other women are pouring it on a bit thick.
The prom date was fine because every woman deserves one day as a princess. Prom night and wedding day equals a princess day. However, I don’t understand what Luke’s friends saw in Danielle that made them think she would be a good fit for him. Perhaps, it’s because she talked the most. I didn’t get the choice and I don’t think Luke did either but he was a good sport and took Danielle out for seafood. This date would be a bigger flop than avocado and bacon ice cream.
Danielle seemed to have many interests but the ones I remembered most include monopolizing the conversation, criticizing Luke’s choice of seafood, and eating dessert like it was her last meal. I was thinking as I watched this train wreck of a date was that Luke better not get his fingers too close to her mouth. Danielle had the personality of a dentist drill and the appetite of a tapeworm. I am so glad princess Danielle has turned into a frog and disappeared from Luke’s life.
Kristian is a very better girl but she has no confidence so she seems very needy. Her neediness makes her seem like a stalker rather than just a woman looking for love. I don’t like the fact that she acts as if Luke doesn’t choose her she will have no meaning in her life. Needy equals gone soon.
I do like a few girls. Heather recovered well from being sick and she has a great personality. In addition I do like Melissa B and Lauren. More to Love is a positive show but I need to see more personality and less crying.
Source: More to Love 8/11/09