And the drunk douchebag award goes to...Ryan M.!
On Monday's season premiere of "The Bachelorette," we knew we were going to see 25 wildly attractive men pining over the two -- that's right, two! -- bachelorettes: Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson.
However, what we didn't know was that we'd be introduced to a guy who was so awful, he might have earned himself the title of worst contestant in "Bachelor" history. (And that's a pretty impressive title when you think about all of the crazies who have entered those mansion doors!)
When the 28-year-old "junkyard specialist" (ummm... what the heck is that?!) got out of the limo, he seemed like a regular guy searching for love in the biggest spotlight in America.
But after just a few hours, and an endless supply of drinks, Ryan M. quickly turned into THAT guy.
When one contestant tried to make a memorable entrance by forgoing the limo for a "carpool" -- a car that was filled to the brim with water -- Ryan immediately ruined the creative entrance by screaming, "That car sucks!" And that was just the tip of the douchey iceberg...
The Kansas native performed a plethora of dick-moves over the course of one episode. Not only did he try to grab Britt's face for an impromptu smooch, he slapped Kaitlin's ass, and, on multiple occasions, referred to the two "Bachelorette" hopefuls as "hoes."
But wait... it gets worse!
"I'm so horned up!" he yelled while wading into the mansion's pool in his tighty-whities.
And in addition to trying to start fights, and threatening to "rape" his fellow contestants, Ryan also successfully knocked over Kaitlyn's picture while in the process of casting his vote for who should be the bachelorette.
In the end, our "Bachelor" host extraordinaire Chris Harrison decided to do the house (and our bachelorettes) a favor by sending Ryan M. home. Good riddance!
It's pretty ironic that on his "Bachelorette" profile, Ryan M. said that his biggest date fear would be being with someone "terrible." Yeah, hard to imagine what that would be like...
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