Where’s Arie now?

I love a classic tale of vigilante justice, an epic tug-of-war between good and evil and a man’s journey using innovative means to accomplish accepted goals.

That’s why when I tuned into the Bachelorette tonight and was notified that the previous bachelor Arie, who left Becca after a proposal, had been banned from the state of Minnesota I felt the exhileration one might feel at the conclusion of The Count of Monte Cristo or the gripping end of True Grit.

Yes, one TB Bachelor fan in senate passed a bill that no one should have to be subjected to Arie in his (and Becca’s) state.

Every state has weird laws, but they’re all so old and involve horses. Finally, we have a new weird law and it involves someone that I personally am kind of mad at. When I found the actual bill, drafted by Drew Christensen it reads “a bill for an act relating to state government; adopting a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk, Jr.; proposing coding for new law in Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 1.”

So that’s cool.

If only we could draft a federal law banning Arie from Tweeting all those happy couple pics of him and the new girl, whatever her name is. We don’t want to see you happy. If you are ever unhappy, like drowning in a pool of clowns, go ahead and inform us. Until then, please take the personal initiative to remove your too-happy-to-be-real picture’s from all over the internet. It makes you look like a con artist.

Drinking Johnny Bootlegger on a Champagne budget. Editor @ www.DIYrrhea.com and www.realfakepersonals.com

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