Ashley and Lauren take a trip home where they uncover their old childhood diaries. The girls read embarrassing entries from their early teen years in truly cringe-worthy format. Ashley not only finds her childhood diary, but a very juicy "Bachelor journal." She reads entries from her time in the Bachelor mansion, and expresses her admiration for Chris Soules and the Bachelor Family she's now part of. Everybody get ready to flashback to middle school because things are about to get awkward!
Ashley and Lauren definitely don't understand why anyone would choose to "go out" rather than spend a night cozy on the couch. They did some research and went out and had two drinks. They came home, put sweatpants on and while a little buzzed and vented about how sucky "going out" is, along with having girl talk about warm-feeling crushes, eating free food, and UTIs. Ashley & Lauren apologizing for all the horrible singing in the episode.
We don't get first kisses. Ashley grew up listening to Hitch AKA Will Smith's kissing advice. According to Hitch, the guy needs to go 90% of the way in and the girl closes the kiss by making 10% of the move. Is this really how it should be? Do you need to endure the awkward silence and the eye contact at the end of a date? Ashley explores this topic with ex BAE and Bachelor in Paradise alum Wells Adams. They talk about what makes a good kiss and all the Bachelor family members they've indirectly kissed. The conversation evolves into funny dating stories and dirty (literally) details of the their Bachelor family friends.
Ashley gets bloated really easily and is so confused by how some couples keep in their farts around each other. It gets super uncomfortable! She and Lauren discuss if this is okay and their experiences holding in their farts around boys and boyfriends. They call their Bachelor in Paradise friends Jade and Tanner to see how they deal with farting...and pooping...in their marriage, along with other TMI bodily functions. Does being open about pooping and farting strip a relationship of its romance or does it make for a better relationship?