Some complained of the age differences between the male and female versions of the show ("Why does the Bachelorette tend to have older men while the Bachelor tends to have younger women?") while others actually complained the guys were TOO hot ("Why don't we ever see bachelors or bachelorettes that have some weight on them? That don't look like an old navy commercial or stepped out of an Abercrombie ad? Everyone needs love.")
One person even blamed the cameraman: "Um. Please hire a new photographer and someone who knows how to set up lighting. These pictures are sad."
The guys definitely had some fans: 24-year-old Luke P. from Gainesville Georgia, for example, led the pack with 8.4k likes. Poor Thomas S. from Southfield Michigan meanwhile, could only muster 244 likes thus far.
Amid all the cruel commentary, there was however one person who had words of encouragement — and his words should mean more than most.
"I remember taking one peek at this before my season and literally got like the least amount of likes,' wrote Evan Bass, one of only 12 people who is still with his "Bachelor in Paradise" match.
"It's ok guys, don't sweat these haters (or when I crucify you on Twitter)," he added, "it will get better I promise."
The erectile dysfunction specialist was a contestant on season 12 of The Bachelorette in 2016, dumped out by JoJo Fletcher in week five.