FFS what is wrong with these people!!

#2
Well well. Wonders never cease, I actually agree with Taz_786.

Take me away please.
 
#4
"They are 7, 8 and 10" and "They all have TVs in their bedrooms and that makes it hard for me to control what they watch."
This is what amazes me... sure, kids do not come out with an instruction manual tied to them but there is a plethora of information on how to parent available via any form of communication media one desires. Whether printed, broadcast, recorded, or straight from the horses mouth via the elderly neighbor one can certainly find out a bit about the occupation.
 
#5
And yet, even though I am not a Dr, I have managed to not watch a single second of that sh1t.

So far, I have only seen that 11 chicks went in, and apparently some dead beat boy band bloke i have never heard of.

I only know that so I could comment on which one I might nail in the ARRSE thread of that title.

Probably the twins, but apparently if I them hear them talk I would not bother.

Couldn't name them and probably wouldn't recognise them, if in some freaky occurance, I ended up in the house with them.

How this is on it's 8th series (not including the various spin offs) is beyond me.
 
#6
chocolate_frog said:
apparently some dead beat boy band bloke i have never heard of.
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He went to my school, until he was thrown out for being too thick. I lamped him one when I was 13, but, distressingly, he ended up winning... :oops:
 
#7
Khyros said:
"They are 7, 8 and 10" and "They all have TVs in their bedrooms and that makes it hard for me to control what they watch."
This is what amazes me... sure, kids do not come out with an instruction manual tied to them but there is a plethora of information on how to parent available via any form of communication media one desires. Whether printed, broadcast, recorded, or straight from the horses mouth via the elderly neighbor one can certainly find out a bit about the occupation.
Two words that solve the problem: 'Remove fuses'. Simple.

That's if 'No; sleep' doesn't work or 'Stab eyes' is too messy.
 
#9
To this day I cannot believe how popular that programme is.
I could'nt believe how popular that vacuous, racist,educational vortex of a hippocrockofrog Jade has become.
Still I suppose while we let our kids watch these programmes, the programme makers and advertisers will keep on making them.
AJ
 
#11
FFS the stupid woman shoud just take the damn tv's out of the bedrooms - problem solved. Try acting the adult they are just kids they shouldn't be didctating to the parent it should be the other way round. So the kids whinge who gives a flying fcuk.
 
#12
Shocking that even the big wig of channel 4 Lord Puttnam has said that he's not proud of BB but can't bin it until a replacement is found (it accounts for a stupidly high percentage of their income).
 
#13
If you thought the issue with those kids was stupid, this woman's picture must be in a thesaurus for dimwit. If ever there needed a plausible excuse to slam someone's head with a car door, this must rank as one of them.
 
#15
big brother = opportunity knocks for untalented people who crave fame

i would like to hope that the reason that people watch it is to see for themselves the pathetic excesses that people are prepared to stoop to to achieve fame. sadly, i think the real reason is they watch is the hope that they catch somebody sh@gging. it's the 21st century version of being a peeping tom.

a social experiment it most certainly is, for endemol to see how many series they can sell to ch4
 
#16
Thank fuk somebody mentioned that this thread was about BB! (Thanks Lill :) ) It could have been about any of the shite that's on at the moment. Jade (I'm fick) Goody; is she human? :roll:
And, who really gives a flying fuk who will be the next Joseph? They all look like paid-up bum bandits anyway! :D
 
#17
For those of you who don't want to watch this tripe.

I would advise you to read the following....



Amazon said:
Ben Elton's Dead Famous brings together his talents in comedy and crime writing to produce a hilarious and devastating novel on the gruesome world of reality TV. Peeping Tom productions invent the perfect TV programme: House Arrest. Its slogan is: "One house. Ten contestants. Thirty cameras. Forty microphones. One survivor." This is all a clever parody of the massive TV hit Big Brother, with its vain, ambitious contestants with their:
tattoos and their nipple rings, their mutual interest in star signs, their endless hugging and touching, and above all their complete lack of genuine intellectual curiosity about one single thing on this planet that was not directly connected with themselves.
However, Elton adds a clever twist to this very funny send-up. On Day 27 of the programme, one of the housemates is killed live on TV. Everyone in the country has a theory about the killer, "indeed the only person who seemed to have absolutely no idea whatsoever of the killer's identity was Inspector Stanley Spencer Coleridge, the police officer in charge of the investigation". Coleridge is an old fogey from the 1950s, who has to learn quickly about lesbians, piercings, blow jobs and the seductions of TV fame before he can crack the case. Elton's wicked parody of the housemates is brilliant, the murder fiendish in its ingenuity, and the ending wonderfully over the top. Dead Famous is great fun, and even has some social comment thrown in for good measure.
Some of the revalations of Insp Coleridge are highly amusing, including his observation that "no one worth watching/interesting enough to watch, with volunteer for the show" or words to that effect.

Buy it here for about a £5. Some even 1p!!!
 

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