The Betches dish on being, umm, betches and 'The Bachelorette' finale

August 07, 2018 - 3:51 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- The Betches are back at  it.

The founders of the millennial-focused media company,  Jordana Abraham, Aleen Kuperman, and Samantha Fishbein, in October will release their new book, “When’s Happy Hour? Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work.” It follows their previous best-sellers, “I Had A Nice Time and Other Lies” and “Nice Is Just a Place in France.”

“It’s basically a career guide,” Abraham told 1010 WINS’ “The Trend” Tuesday. “It’ll tell you everything from our tips of how to start your own business to basically how to polish your resume and apply for a job and have success at the job you’re already at … it’s supposed to be funny … that’s the difference between the traditional career books out.”

Kuperman, added, “This book is funny and a light read but it’s more serious than our first book.”

In explaining the name of their brand, Abraham said, “It’s obviously a play off the other b-word, but we think of it as much more empowering, self-aware, self-deprecating, but also a fun way that young millennial girls are referring to each other.”

Aside from the trials and tribulations of millennial females, another topic near and dear to the Betches heart is “The Bachelorette.”

So did they expect Garrett Yrigoyen to emerge the victor over Blake Horstmann and snag Becca Kufrin’s heart during Monday night's finale?

“I think ABC does this thing that the person you think is going to win, doesn’t,” said Abraham. “They make the more confident person seem like they’re going to win, but they lose!”

Chimed in Kuperman, “I thought it was going to be Blake … I honestly thought she was going to say ‘no’ to both of them. I thought that would be the major plot twist!”