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Fans lose it over Luke P.'s "Stay In My Lane" Metaphor

Yesterday's episode of The Bachelorette was action packed and dramatic, much appreciated after last week's abominable recap episode. Hannah Brown had fun (until she didn't), the men were in a good mood (until drama started) and the whole episode didn't go around Luke P.

But just as everyone felt comfortable in the good time they had, Luke P had A characteristic freak out.

  Hannah Brown and Luke P. | Mark Bourdillon via Getty Images
Hannah Brown and Luke P. | Mark Bourdillon via Getty Images

Hannah Brown's one-to-one date with Garrett

Everything started with Hannah's one-to-one date with Garrett. The two went naked bungee jumping off a cart car in the snow. It was, if nothing else, a farmer's experience that appeared in Garrett's service. Hannah then hugged Garrett and told him she appreciated her confidence and courage.

Garrett, when he returned to the hotel, told everyone about his date with Hannah. While most of his fellow competitors listened with excitement, Luke saw P. visibly upset. He told the camera that he couldn't believe Hannah would go naked bungee jumping with Garrett – he didn't actually believe Garrett to tell the truth. When he asked Hannah about the date, she confirmed Garrett's mention.

Here, things began to go down Luke P. He called the date a "bumped mistake" and found that he was hesitant to introduce her to his family if she continued to show similar behavior. He talked about how her body would be a temple. In the moment, Hannah didn't quite see what Luke P. said (but it became obvious at home later because she pulled him aside for a follow-up call).

Luke P. can't stay his lane

After their follow-up call, Luke P. returned to the room where all other contestants were in. He told them that what he was just discussing with Hannah was none of their business and that the conversation he had just been was, in the end, Garrett's fault for bringing his date with Hannah.

And then the banana metaphor came up again.

"She needs us to stay completely in our paths," says Luke P.

"You don't come," Garrett said.

"Whether we see eye to eye, it is good. I will continue to stay in my lane," says Luke P.

"But you were not in any lane," said Tyler C.

"Hey, that's your opinion too. If we do not see eye to eye, good […] Stay in your lane, you, you continue to do yourself, says Luke P.

Then the boys began to speak Luke P's language by hiring the banana metaphor ("It is so you crash, man. "). It was ridiculous.

"Oh, so you heard my analogy. Yes, don't write and don't drive," says Luke P.

And the metaphor continued until Chris Harrison went in to tell everyone that Hannah had interrupted the cocktail party. on Luke P. & nbsp; living in [his] lane

Bachelorette Mondays have been turned into Luke P. roasts on Twitter and we are not angry at that. many Bach fans do not resist tweeting about Luke P's horrible metaphor.

Most fans tweeted about how decent Luke P. was.

And, hi, a new (potentially dangerous) drinking game was born.

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