Is Glyn Playing A Game?
He comes across as the naive young boy (as some older BB
viewers like to call him!), but is Glyn really playing a clever
To be frank, finding the word 'clever' and Glyn in the same
sentence is a bit of a surprise, as harsh as that sounds.
Okay, so Dermot says that Glyn came top out-of all the original
housemates in an IQ test, but we've yet to get our hands on
those tests and wonder if they were just personality tests
After all, we know that Glyn's first language is not English,
and that he's a schoolboy who's Mum does everything for him,
and we appreciate that he's only 18, but even so, he does
come across as totally gormless!
Some fans find his naivety quite charming and really love
the way that he's apparently learning life skills –
like how to make a sandwich – whilst in the House. Other
fans find him dull and annoying, and have speculated over
whether he has a gameplan or not.
This stems from the fact that Glyn will say or do whatever
he has-to in order to stay popular with whoever
he needs to.
If you recall, he was partly responsible for hiding the booze
on Day 14 and lied to Sezer about it, yet Richard took all
the flak. And over the recent 'Beergate' incident during-which
Mikey challenged Nikki, Glyn felt the need to suck-up to the
former and offer to take the blame.
Glyn is happy to snigger when the Plastics are taking the
mickey out of Richard, but has admitted that he's trying to
stay friends with everyone, even though he accused
Richard in the Diary Room of playing a game.
But isn't sitting on the fence, never getting involved in
conflict, sucking-up to the most powerful party and deliberately
being a wallflower also playing a game of sorts? These kind-of
people always do well in Big Brother, after all.
Anyway, if you seriously think that the lanky lifeguard can
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NB. Nikki's odds, currently 9/1, are also coming down by the
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