Posted by sean on August 4, 2004 at 10:42 pm in Television with No Comments

Big Brother speaks to the partygoers
One’s full of hot air, floats around and is pointless, the other is a balloon

Yessss!!! Stuart, the most boring and rubbish housemate ever to grace Big Brother has been evicted! He wasn’t in fact the bookies favourite to go, Shell or Jason were, but the talentless student got the boot today after he received the least amount of votes to win the series.

It was suggested, girlfriend and fellow ex-housemate Michelle did try get Stuart to win Big Brother by texting her lovers name ten thousand times, unfortunately for her, “VOTE CHICKEN” was not accepted by Big Brother’s computers.

Finally, all of you who laughed (if there were indeed any of you) at my worried rant yesterday about lightening hitting my roof, I saw on the local news today, a families home was destroyed after being hit by lightening. As I sleep in the loft, I would be D-E-D if that happened to my house. So there.

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