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It's Boys Vs Girl

With the semi-heated lipgloss/apology conversation less than 24 hours old, Nush and Jon have been at it again today!

Many of the housemates slept-in late this afternoon and as Nush prepared herself some porridge, Scott brought attention to the Malvern student's sleeping habits.

Claiming that near 12-hours of counting sheep was bad for a girl, the scouse housemate was inevitably backed-up by Jon.

"Slovenly, I'd call it," said the IT man putting his five eggs in.

Nush then attempted to mitigate the previous night's extended dozing session by saying, "I haven't done that since I was sixteen in the summer holidays!"

But Jon got a dig in straight away by rather strangely claiming that, "It's not attractive in a woman you know".

At this point, we imagine all the female readers are thinking, 'But it's okay for blokes?' We hear 'ya sisters!
In the ping-pong style argument, Nush came back with, "So women shouldn't sleep then?", but Ray's answer wasn't particularly helpful:

"Not if they can help it."

Scott then proved that sexism is alive-and-kicking in 2003, by quipping, "While women are sleeping, the house is getting dirty isn't it?"

Jon just glanced across to the boys over in the kitchen area with a smug look on his face.

This round goes to the boys then, but will Nush keep coming back for more?

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