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Big Brother Allows Nomination Talk
Big Brother has permitted the housemates to talk openly about
nominations, something which would normally get them into
Having called everyone together to remind them that over
the past few days there's been a lot of rule-breaks, the all-scheming
entity declared: "As a result, Big Brother has changed
the rules regarding nominations, and all housemates are now
free to discuss the nominations, past, present and future,
until further notice".
It was supposed to be some kind-of punishment, or at the
very least a 'consequence' of their recent bad behaviour,
but Marcus and Freddie laughed and immediately embraced the
concept, the latter suggesting that it could help to reduce
paranoia among the group.
Freddie joked about having nominated Siavash (he never has),
which prompted the stylish Iranian to admit that he'd nommed
Freddie at the First Round but regretted it straight away.
Offering his hand to shake, Siavash wanted to clear his conscience
now that he's much closer to his posh peer.
Charlie admitted that he'd nominated Rodrigo at the Fifth
Round after they had an argument, but Rodders wasn't impressed,
snapping: "Every time you upset me, I never nominated
Rodrigo, aka Captain Sensible, then came to the Diary Room
to waffle-on about his principles, telling Big Bro: "I
don't want to participate in this kind of game; my parents
would tell me the same".
Sat at the Bus Stop shortly afterwards, David and Lisa also
agreed that they would abstain from discussing nominations,
and would stick by the (old) rules.
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