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Amber And Caleb – True Love


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After spending much of the day talking about how great of a person he is and how everyone should feel bad for him because of it, Caleb decided to finally get up the courage to speak to Amber about their blossoming love (that she wasn’t aware of). Amber started blushing, giggling and acting so excited before ripping off her clothes and jumping into bed with Caleb for the night.  Oh wait, I mean she sat there so uncomfortably, you would think this was an episode of The Office.

Turn on the feeds and flashback to 2:05am to watch this brief encounter in all it’s glory because no amount of words can truly justify how awkward it was.

Needless to say, Amber didn’t take the news as Caleb would have expected, and when it was over, she went downstairs to re-tell the story to Jacosta and Victoria (FB 2.58am).  I think this sums it up…


I suppose Caleb can forget about the idea of getting a ‘Camber’ tattoo. She told the girls she’s really not interested him in that way, and now it’s going to be even more uncomfortable when she sees him in the house. Prior to this exchange, she heard rumors about his crush, so she’d try to avoid being around him as much as possible. Well, Caleb took her leaving the room every time he entered as simply hiding her feelings so nobody else would know how madly in love with him she is. With the way I expect Amber to avoid Caleb now, he’s probably going to think she’s ready to marry him after the show.

And to elaborate more on what I said in the initial paragraph. Caleb really did spend the day talking to anyone who would listen about what great of a guy he is.  First,  he gave this long speech to Nicole about how often misunderstood he is, and then had to re-tell the story to Zach Attack and Frankie in the HoH room. The feeds basically spent about an hour on him just talking about himself… really.  Turn on the feeds to around 1:30pm yesterday for that fun stuff.

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  1. Comments (401)

    Great recap. There is definitely something not right about Caleb.

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      I call him “Caleb Earnhardt Jr..”

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      There’s something not right with a lot of people in this house. Devin and Caleb, for starters, and a few others I’ll leave off the list for the moment. Seems that BB, in trying to not field racists, has a few mental patients on screen this time.

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      Every season there seems to be several whack jobs in the house. This season the one that stands out most is Caleb. He may be the most self absorbed player in BB history. He has deciced that he is “in love” with Amber, so he tells anyone who will listen of his plans to sweep Amber off her feet. The problem is he doesn’t have the balls to let Amber in on this “love affair”. When he finally sits down with Amber she pops his bubble – my God how could any woman spurn the mighty Adonis – so in his “kind-loving-compassionate” persona he embarks on a quest to destroy her image in the house. He now hates her and again bores everyone to tears about his hate for the woman and her selfishness. This poor woman (Amber’s) only offense is being unlucky enough to be sharing a house with an egotistical head case. In the outside world this is the M.O. of a lunatic stalker. Oh, and now he is waiting for her to appologise – who’a thunk.

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    Caleb is a legend in his own mind, but apparently nobody elses in the house.

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    Creep factor: 10 (and that’s not a good 10)

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