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Bachelor 16

Still not buttery enough for my liking.

My favorite “boy that face reminds me of a well drizzled tub of theater popcorn” Bachelor girl is gone.

Jaclyn Swartz, or Melty Butter Face, as I like to call her, finally got eliminated in episode three, where she, along with newcomer Shawntel Newton and semi-retard Erika Uhlig (her name even sounds gross) were all eliminated. But let’s not dwell on a tripod of disgust. This post is all about the ever shiny, glimmery, wet, and classically boring Swartz.

Let’s just be honest; her signing-off episode had simply been a process set in motion since day one. But still, while I pumped my fists in joy that she had at long last been cast aside off the full-speed-ahead train that is The Bachelor, I wanted to also stop and thank her for changing the way the rest of us look at life. Or, at least, the way we rate situations and how we feel about them.

That’s right, Melty Butter Face completely changed the way we’ll look at our personal “rating on a scale of 1-10″ measurements for the rest of our lives.

Upon learning that Shawntel Newton would be taking part in the rose ceremony for the third episode, melty butter face really margerined-up the entire show for a moment by saying, “On a scale of 1-10, I want to throw up”. Perfection. I couldn’t have summed it up better myself.

On a scale of 1-10, Jaclyn Swartz’s face is over-cooked to shit. With a touch of an entire stick of butter. Or three.