Remember the time Hannah Ann referred to former Bachelor Peter Weber’s manhood as a…cauliflower? We do.
The Bachelor has been over for about a month, but yet, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Some may not call it a gift but the drama and madness continue even though the season feels like it was ages ago. I’m sure all of you have been keeping up with the headlines regarding Peter Weber. It seems like there is something to read about every day.
Case in point? We’ve barely stopped talking about the rumored Weber and Kelley Flanagan romance. But now, Hannah Ann’s comments while on PodcastOne’s Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe, has us talking about something entirely different.
While speaking to Bristowe, Hannah Ann made some, uh, references to Peter’s manhood when asked how she would describe it. And when I say references I mean she straight up compared it to a vegetable.
"The vegetable that represents Peter’s manhood would be cauliflower because it has no taste. Because cauliflower needs, like, a lot of flavor, it needs a lot. It’s just bland."
Ouch, Peter, ouch.
Too much? Um, I don’t necessarily think so. And if you’ve forgotten the hot mess that was Peter’s season of The Bachelor then I suggest you go back and rewatch that dumpster fire. I didn’t think I’d walk away from the season admiring Hannah Ann, but here I am. Based on what we saw in the finale, and the days after, she’s handled this pretty fairly.
And if she has negative comments to make, I mean, again go rewatch that dumpster fire that was so hard to look away from.
I’d imagine Hannah Ann has been having to answer a lot of questions about Peter lately. You know, given the whole rumored relationship between him and Flanagan. I know they keep saying they’re friends, but do we actually believe them?
For some reason when Tyler Cameron and Hannah Brown try to make that same statement, they sort of get away with it. But Kelley and Peter seem to be a different story, and given that, I can’t imagine Hannah Ann has had any time away from the enigma that is Bachelor Peter Weber.
But in any case, the next time we see a cauliflower, I think we’ll all be thinking of the same thing.
So, what are we thinking about that cauliflower comment? Tell us below!