Posted by sean on May 27, 2005 at 5:25 pm in Television with No Comments

Phew! What a really hot day! It would be great if it weren’t for the fact I was stuck in an office all day. It is now a Bank Holiday weekend so hopefully the next three days will be just as good.

It’s still very hot and I’m sitting here in my Barcelona football shirt (Spanish shirts seem to be much cooler than English ones!), playing some great music and am getting ready for some friends coming round for an evening of curry and Big Brother.

There seems to be some strange obsession held by myself and millions of other Brits involving watching a group of people live it out in a strange house over two months, being handed degrading tasks, fight amongst themselves in between sleeping, drinking, sleeping, smoking, sleeping and cooking.

Still love it or hate it (I love it!), there is little way of avoiding it completely as lazy news journalists give themselves the summer off reporting real news and get “Exclusive” gossip for their particular tabloid.

If you really want to avoid the Big Brother phenomena I suppose you could find some cave to live in until mid-August but you’ll probably discover you’re sharing it with some Taliban terrorist who is getting Big Brother updates via SMS.

One last thing for Big Brother housemates to remember – when you see Davina McCall, don’t say “Fuck” or “Bugger”!

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