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The Bunny Barnie: Has Noirin Come-Off Worst?

Predictably, there has been just one topic of conversation this morning: picking apart last night's bust-up between Noirin and Siavash.

With Charlie, Freddie, Lisa and Noirin present in the lounge, Fred suggested that Siavash was trying to be a friend to Noirin when he made the 'rabbit' comment last night. Defending herself having instigated the confrontation, Noirin wasn't happy that Siavash had put thoughts into her head about potentially-innocent people.

However, Freddie opined that Siavash hadn't intended to lie and stir things up, and told the retailer that she didn't go about it the right way by encouraging everyone to gang-up against the events organiser.

Meanwhile, Marcus, who was annoyed last night that Noirin had 'thrown Siavash to the wolves', told his Iranian peer that Noirin had put her paranoia above any friendship they'd built up.

Out in the garden a little while later, Kris basically told Lisa that he doesn't think Siavash is a gameplayer, rather that he just gets caught-up in conversations. To be fair to Kris, that was an admiral stance for him to have taken, given that he was one of the people accused of making derogatory comments last night.

The pair agreed that Noirin, who later told Marcus that she won't apologise to Siavash over the matter, can be very fickle.

So, it looks like Noirin has come-off worst out of all this, because her actions last night have not only upset the people she's closest-to – Freddie, Marcus and Siavash – but lost her some trust from the clique members too.

Oh dear Noirin, it looks like Freddie might have been right; always having it out with people as you proudly declared is your way, may not have been the best course of action this time around.

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