Well, guys, itâ€™s the season finale! And you know what? Iâ€™m kind of glad that itâ€™s over. Between the ignorant antics and the over-the-top drama, Iâ€™m excited to get out of the house– especially after the crap that went down recently. How are two grown ass men gonna get into a physical altercation over who was more â€śabout that lifeâ€ť than the other? Who gives a sh**?! And then to fight and not land any blows on each other, but hit everyone else in the vicinity? Talk about collateral damage! I got hit in the head. Kyle received a scratch above his eye, and, worse, Tiffany was hit in the face, which landed her in the hospital!
Iâ€™m not gonna lie, though. The argument with Kyle and Milan was funny as hell. I mean, I get where sheâ€™s coming fromâ€”she needed to use the phone to check up on her mother after a round of lipo, and Kyle was just having a casual conversation with one of his buddies. I think surgery is probably higher on the priority list than small talk. Still, Kyleâ€™s antics this time around were pretty damn funny. Kay and I were cracking up in our room! And then when he still continued the conversation with himself after Milan hung up the phoneâ€”priceless! Kyle is definitely a top-notch a-hole, but he sure is funny!
Now, the final dinner was actually really amazing. The setup was gorgeous, the food was on point, and the service was impeccable. Chris joined us, and the house felt full again, instead of the awkward emptiness that permeated the place when he was evicted. I mean, as much as I complain about my roommates, theyâ€™re still my family. Weâ€™ve been through a lot of crap together. Weâ€™ve laughed a lot, argued a lot more, and weâ€™ve formulated a bond over the time we’ve been together. The dinner allowed us to reflect on everything and I realized how close we were to the end. It made me kinda sad– the window was closing for this amazing opportunity and my regular life seemed so boring in comparison. Yeah, I’m happy to get away from the constant drama, but sad that I’m having to close this chapter in my life. Part of it was a helluva lot of fun and I’m really gonna miss everything.