The Real World: Portland - Jordan Wiseley

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[QUOTE=Nostalgic;323918]He's alright. I wouldn't call him "the best looking" All I'm seeing is John Lequizamo.[/QUOTE] Rofl. If I tilt my head a little, I kinda can see it. I think he's one of the best looking since NOLA, Along with Zito and Rob
Meh, I don't think he's all that cute. I don't wanna sound bad, but does anyone think he looks a little guido-ish?
Eric Neis's son. lol.
Jordan excels at nearly everything he tries. In high school, he was a captain of the football, baseball, and wrestling teams, and he is now a semi-professional wake boarder. He tried out for the cheerleading team on a friend's dare and four national championships later, he's clearly proved to his friend that he can do anything he puts his mind to. All of this despite the fact Jordan was born with no fingers on his left hand. But he doesn't view this as a handicap and has never let it slow him down--in sports, or with the ladies. Jordan credits his achievements to tough love from his father, who accepted neither excuses nor failures. Jordan is an overachiever who doesn't just like things done his way, he needs them done his way. In fact, Jordan has never been wrong. Or at least that's what he would have you believe. He often finds himself fighting with others who don't live up to his high standards. The same is true in Portland, where he clashes time and again with nearly everyone in the house. He particularly has conflict with Jessica and Anastasia, who refuse to put up with his criticism of them. Jordan is very ambitious and is currently studying Marketing at the University of Central OK. His biggest fear is dying without making his mark on the world. Underneath this hard exterior, there's a deep pool of insecurity and self-doubt that slowly reveals itself in Portland.
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334200]Jordan excels at nearly everything he tries. In high school, he was a captain of the football, baseball, and wrestling teams, and he is now a semi-professional wake boarder. He tried out for the cheerleading team on a friend's dare and four national championships later, he's clearly proved to his friend that he can do anything he puts his mind to. All of this despite the fact Jordan was born with no fingers on his left hand. But he doesn't view this as a handicap and has never let it slow him down--in sports, or with the ladies. Jordan credits his achievements to tough love from his father, who accepted neither excuses nor failures. Jordan is an overachiever who doesn't just like things done his way, he needs them done his way. In fact, Jordan has never been wrong. Or at least that's what he would have you believe. He often finds himself fighting with others who don't live up to his high standards. The same is true in Portland, where [B]he clashes time and again with nearly everyone in the house[/B]. He particularly has conflict with Jessica and Anastasia, who refuse to put up with his criticism of them. Jordan is very ambitious and is currently studying Marketing at the University of Central OK. His biggest fear is dying without making his mark on the world. [B]Underneath this hard exterior, there's a deep pool of insecurity and self-doubt that slowly reveals itself in Portland[/B].[/QUOTE] I thought there would be absolutely nothing to this guy's character, so I'm impressed and happy to see that he'll mean more to the show.
I just want to see the Nia beef. The guys this season are boring except Marlon
[QUOTE=Nostalgic;334410]I just want to see the Nia beef. The guys this season are boring except Marlon[/QUOTE] Just curious, what makes you think that? They had way more screentime in the trailer than Marlon did. I'm curious about Jordan. Mostly because he seemed to be the one we heard the least about going into the season and then suddenly he was all over the trailer.
He's my pre season favorite. Sounds just like me
[QUOTE=Nostalgic;334410]I just want to see the Nia beef. The guys this season are boring except Marlon[/QUOTE] I think all the guys brings something to the table here. Quote from Ana:" Jordan (and Nia) are like a bomb ready to explode." Quote from Marlon:" Jordan wants friends, he just doesnt know when his is wrong" Jordan about himself: "I have something to prove" and later in the trailer "I dont like who I am! " + his bio. That's sounds interesting for me. And just by the spoilers, I definitely wont say that the boys are boring not a single bit.
Well to be honest, I lied. I like Jordan a little tiny bit. And Marlon but not Johnny. He annoys me already. I wish they would've went the 4 guys route again.
[QUOTE=mph922;334448]Just curious, what makes you think that? They had way more screentime in the trailer than Marlon did. I'm curious about Jordan. Mostly because he seemed to be the one we heard the least about going into the season and then suddenly he was all over the trailer.[/QUOTE] Jessica had zero screen time in the trailer too. Means nothing.
[QUOTE=Nostalgic;334478]Well to be honest, I lied. I like Jordan a little tiny bit. And Marlon but not Johnny. He annoys me already. I wish they would've went the 4 guys route again.[/QUOTE] Same here. I'm interested in Jordan, but Johnny just reminds me of every ******** frat boy. I feel like Marlon is gonna be like the Baya of Brooklyn... we'll barely see him. But let's hope not.
[QUOTE=CherryPie;334651]Same here. I'm interested in Jordan, but Johnny just reminds me of every ******** frat boy. I feel like Marlon is gonna be like the Baya of Brooklyn... we'll barely see him. But let's hope not.[/QUOTE] Since this is not really the thread about Marlon, but we will definitely see him. Marlon and Jordan would clash a couple of times as Marlon said in his recent podcast. Jordan however has a lot of qualities to became an interesting character. Born with a misbuild, he thinks that he has to prove everybody wrong (even thought he accomplished a lot!!!) and excepts no failure from him or his teammates and still he doesnt like who he is.
Wow I had no idea Jordan was missing fingers. I'm actually missing my thumb on my left hand, due to an accident when I was a baby, and always assumed I would never be able to do one of these shows because my body isn't "perfect". Granted my hand isn't nearly as bad as his, but I think I'll find myself biased towards him, even if he acts like a jerk.
Do you think Jordan can do the challenges with his disability?
[QUOTE=boone28;334765]Do you think Jordan can do the challenges with his disability?[/QUOTE] I don't see why not. He appears to be a functioning human being. People have competed with less...
Jordan is the most interesting to me. I thought he'd be the typical guy who avoids the drama but he's right in it.
[QUOTE=CherryPie;334651]Same here. I'm interested in Jordan, but Johnny just reminds me of every ******** frat boy. I feel like Marlon is gonna be like the Baya of Brooklyn... we'll barely see him. But let's hope not.[/QUOTE] Hardly. Marlon gets a lot of screen time. Baya and those teeth though on the other hand...
[QUOTE=arilicious;315080]Hmm, that's pretty odd about his hand, I'm curious as to what it is, if it's anything at all...[/QUOTE] aha - well, its just a matter of time before people start calling him "ELEPHANT MAN" and "WALKING DEAD" .. etc ... you ALL want to take the ****, admit it! That's why this guy awas cast in the first place! You are about to come face to face with your own vulgarities and you're not going to like it! :)
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