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Big Brother (UK) / House of Obsessive Compulsives.

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I'm deeply ashamed to say it but I've actually been watching Big Brother recently. The question I want to ask is: Is it me, or are the remaining house mates the most extraordinary collection of freaks ever known to man? I need an answer because I fear that I might have to run screaming to the moon if that bunch is a representative selection of the British public. I reckon it'd be morbidly splendid entertainment to have a Big 'Mentally Ill' Brother, what you think?.

On a related theme, did anyone see that program on OCD last night, 'The House of Obsessive Compulsives' ? I saw the title in the newspaper and thought it was a horror film. Which, of course, it was in a way. As a mildly obsessive ruminator myself, it was hysterically funny. Yet between the tears of laughter I did find myself punching the air in delight when each of the lunatics successfully confronted their fears.
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Are you talking about Kemal, Mr Mole? If so, I know what you mean. He/she/it defies description. I sat there watching him mince around the house on his high heels, screeching like a gay banshee, and contemplated whether or not the world had indeed gone mad.

I don't think they are in mental bliss JC. I accidently watched it again last night and they all seem to be cracking up, especially Craig. Hee hee. And yeah Moneydust, I saw the Kinga thing. What a travesty of a human being she is, bless her. Can you imagine the grief she's going to get after she comes out? Still, she'll probably get a sponsership deal from some porno channel or perhaps the makers of whichever, er, wine bottle she was using.

I can't believe I'm talking about it. Kill me now.

(Martin slips out of the door and hurries down the shops to pour over the latest celebrity gossip magazines.)
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