'The Bachelor's Colton Underwood gets fans approval for National Siblings Day post after being called immature for a long time
Though 'The Bachelor' season 23 came to an end around a month ago, Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph are still in the limelight. Though the couple revealed they will be taking things slow, they do not shy away from showing how much they love each other.
Apart from just posting romantic stuff on their social media handles, the happy couple even has fun teasing each other and they aren't afraid of showing it to fans and viewers as well. Recently on National Sibling Day, Underwood posted a tweet saying, "It's national sibling day... hey @CassieRandolph."
Remember that one time the fortune teller told us we were brother/sister in a past life. Good times... also, happy national sibling day @CassieRandolph— Colton Underwood (@colton) April 11, 2019
For those who aren't aware why Underwood tagged Randolph in the post, during their time on 'The Bachelor' Underwood and Randolph visited a fortune teller who told the couple that in their past life they might have been siblings. Though Underwood had uploaded this tweet, minutes later he deleted it and uploaded a new tweet making it more clear.
"Remember that one time the fortune teller told us we were brother/sister in a past life. Good times... also, happy national sibling day @CassieRandolph." Underwood has been in the spotlight ever since he equated getting period blood on underwear as "shitting in your pants", called it gross and revealed that women should buy new underwear each time they stain one.
Fans were not happy with his comments and called him immature. Underwood was called immature many times previously by fans. But now after a long time, fans finally think he is funny after they took a look at his National Sibling Day post where he tagged Randolph.
"This is the first time Colton has ever made me laugh tbh," wrote a fan, while another fan revealed that they found him endearing for the first time. "Hahahahaha. I actually think that is one of the more endearing things I’ve seen him do on social media. I think that was the date where they really started bonding so having that totally awkward moment to look back on and joke about is cute in its own way," said a fan.
Some fans also revealed that they found his first tweet much funnier than the second. "I liked the first one better haha! One-liners are gold; explaining a joke makes it approximately 83.79% less funny to me. You actually made a funny Coco, and then you took it away!!" a fan said. "I think it’s funny.... but people that like them will probably find the humor in it, people that don’t will be BEC over it." another fan wrote.