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Postby Maboo on Thu Jul 12, 2001 4:03 am

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<hr><P>Big Brother, Avalon style!<P>Day 1 - Joe admits straight away that he doesn't like the look of Deirdre. He says she looks like a lesbian. As it turns out, Phoebe is in fact the only lesbian in the house, although Ryan later admits that he is unsure of his true sexuality.<P>2 - The house sit down for a discussion of how to organise simple chores. Iain creates tension by stating that the kitchen is where the women belong. Ceilidh hits him with a spatula, courtesy of Ucchan.<P>3 - The housemates are set their first task by Big Brother - they must make a model of Avalon High out of doughnuts. After much persuasion by Iain, they gamble 50% of next week's food budget on completing the task.<P>4 - Training for the Avalon High task is well under way. However havoc ensues when Ryan, who is rapidly developing a reputation as the laziest fat bastard in the house, eats half the doughnuts. Ceilidh is furious.<P>5 - Today is the day when the Avalon High task must be completed. Things are going well until shortly before the end when Ryan farts and blows Avalon High over. Big Brother announces that the task has been a failure. Deirdre cries.<P>6 - Iain gets pecked on the arm by one of the Big Brother chickens. Not a very exciting day.<P>7 - Big Brother is worried that things are getting dull, so he summons the housemates to have a mass debate about sex. After far too many cans of cider, Deirdre admits that she likes to be spanked on the arse with a spatula, courtesy of Ucchan. Joe says he never wears condoms because they make his butt sore and Iain agrees. Phoebe goes into a rant about how none of the other housemates have ever enjoyed a true orgasm because they're all boring heterosexual bastards. Ryan sits in the corner, quietly eyeing up Iain.<P>8 - Today is the first day that the housemates must nominate someone to leave. Joe goes round everyone one by one, telling them he really likes them because they're the only one in the house that he can really relate to. Ceilidh and Deirdre are voted as the two candidates to leave. Nobody votes for Joe.<P>9 - Ceilidh and Deirdre are told of their nominations and burst into tears, before hugging everyone and telling them they love them. Phoebe sings them a song - "Barbie Girl" by Aqua - to make them feel better.<P>10 - The public vote Deirdre out of the house. She pretends not to be bothered but then breaks down and sobs that she should never have admitted about enjoying being spanked. Deirdre leaves.<P>11 - Relationships are strained in the house as the housemates come to terms with Deirdre's departure. The food budget is low due to the failure of last week's failed task. Phoebe has to make do without the cucumber she requested. Ceilidh is visibly depressed and is comforted by Iain, who tries to touch her on her inner thigh.<P>12 - The Big Brother pyschologist replays the footage of Iain touching Ceilidh's inner thigh over and over again. This is because it shows an interesting psychological incident, of course, not because it will increase the viewing figures. Big Brother sets the housemates the task of jogging on a running machine for twice the circumferance of the globe. They gamble 40% of the food budget on completing it.<P>13 - The running machine task is on target, despite the fact that Ryan refuses to run because his butt hurts a bit.<P>14 - Much jubilation in the house as the running machine task is completed. Ryan finally manages to run the last 10 metres of the task and claims that without him they'd never have done it. Ceilidh calls Ryan a lazy butt.<P>15 - Once again it is the day when nominations are due. Joe tells everyone individually that he thinks Ceilidh is a whore. He also points out that anyone who wants to stay at his flat when the show is finished is welcome to come and visit. Ceilidh and Iain are nominated by the housemates to leave. Nobody votes for Joe.<P>16 - The nominations are announced. Ceilidh can't believe she's been voted out two weeks in a row. Iain is equally stunned and turns to Ceilidh for comfort. Ryan is distraught and confesses to Phoebe that he thinks he is in love with Iain. Phoebe says she doesn't fancy any of the housemates because they're all just too heterosexual and she's a lesbian, you know<P>17 - The public vote Iain out of the house. Ceilidh says she is gutted and even gives Iain a clipping of hair from her inner thigh to prove how much she cares. Ryan is also devastated but keeps his hair to himself. Iain leaves.<P>18 - The Big Brother psychologist shows repeated clips of Ceilidh clipping the hair from her inner thigh. Apparently this is an important psychological incident. The public obviously agree as viewing figures soar.<P>19 - Big Brother sets the housemates the task of burping the National Anthem of the Isle of Man in 60 seconds. They gamble 50% of the food budget on completing it.<P>20 - Nobody has a clue what the National Anthem of the Isle of Man sounds like but Ryan says it's a bit like Dancing Queen. The housemates choose Joe as the one who must complete the task.<P>21 - Joe successfully burps not only the National Anthem of the Isle of Man but also God Save The Queen, "Barbie Girl" by Aqua and the theme tune to Sailor Moon. He is proclaimed as a hero, despite the fact that a vote in a tabloid newspaper shows that 98% of the public want to kill him.<P>22 - Nominations are due and Joe tells everyone that he has a Villa in the South of France and they can all come and stay for a holiday. Ryan and Phoebe are nominated.<P>23 - Ryan and Phoebe take their nominations well and sit down with Joe and Ceilidh to discuss why they voted for them. Joe keeps quiet but Ceilidh accuses Ryan of being an arrogant, lazy, self-centred butt before bursting into tears.<P>24 - The public vote Phoebe out of the house and nobody really gives a shit. Phoebe leaves.<P>25 - Joe becomes the first housemate to have a wank. This footage goes down well with the Big Brother pschologist who proclaims that it gives us a true insight into the working of Joe's mind and brings out his true personality. In other words, he's a wanker.<P>26 - Big Brother sets the remaining three housemates the task of shifting 5000 tons of Cecil dung using only a spatula, courtesy of Ucchan. Joe is unsure but Ryan is confident, claiming to have done something very similar when he was younger. They gamble 50% of the food budget.<P>27 - Completely out of the blue, Ryan breaks down in tears and announces that he is leaving. He claims that it is because the dung-shifting task has brought back the painful memories of the Cecil incident from his childhood. Ceilidh tries to persuade him to stay but Joe sits in a corner, rubbing his hands slyly. Ryan decides to leave.<P>28 - With only two housemates remaining, the Cecil dung task proves impossible. They fail miserably and resort to getting extremely pissed on some vegetable wine, made by Ceilidh from a couple of mouldy carrots she found in the Big Brother garden.<P>29 - Nominations are due for the final time. Joe asks Ceilidh to marry him and she accepts. Unsurprisingly Joe nominates Ceilidh to leave. Rather more surprisingly, so does Ceilidh.<P>30 - When the nomination is announced, Ceilidh graciously accepts defeat and proclaims that Joe is a worthy winner. As they are soon to marry, she also agrees to shag him. The event is broadcast live to the nation and is preceded by a speech from the Queen. Everyone in the Big Brother production crew breathe a huge sigh of relief as viewing figures go through the roof. Joe takes his
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Postby Skullie on Thu Jul 12, 2001 4:51 am

31 - Skullie beats Maboo to a bloody pulp.
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Postby Maboo on Thu Jul 12, 2001 4:54 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Skullie:
<B>31 - Skullie beats Maboo to a bloody pulp.</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Um... ouch? Hey I'm not a newbie! And anyway worse things have been done to the Avalon cast!<P>
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Postby Nick Pavlovski on Sat Jul 14, 2001 2:48 am

I actually liked this.
It had clever obesrvation and wry wit.<P>Paying homage to Ucchan is good too.<P>I hereby nominate this worthy of being
<b>AVALON FAN FICTION</b> and it can sit proudly with all the other ones here!<P>Now, come chant with me:
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HELENE!!
HELENE!!!
HELENE!!!!
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Postby Fink The Insane on Sat Jul 14, 2001 6:12 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Fool:
<B>I'm just kinda wondering why they only mentioned Ucchan's spatula.
Her okonomiyaki are <I>much</I> more deadly!<P>They say curiosity killed the cat.
Ucchan's okonomiyaki is quite a curiosity itself and you should see what it did to the cat!</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Just a question: What is an okonomiyaki?<P>------------------
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Postby Maboo on Sat Jul 14, 2001 6:26 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Fink The Insane:
<B> Just a question: What is an okonomiyaki?<P></B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>I'd like to know what this is myself... <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/confused.gif"><P>Mab
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Postby Maboo on Sat Jul 14, 2001 6:29 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Nick Pavlovski:
<B>I hereby nominate this worthy of being
AVALON FAN FICTION</B> and it can sit proudly with all the other ones here!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P> <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/icons/icon11.gif"> Oh woah... It's NOT that good. It's just a silly "fill in the blanks" game I did to kill time, it's not really worthy to be considered fan-fiction....<P>I was playing around with it when I got to thinking about how the Avalon cast would fit in, and due to Josh's twistiness being more twisty than a grandma's Fair Isle cardigan during the knitting, I just think you could probably use /any/ names you fancied, and it'd sound more or less... somehow believable, yet unbelievable.<P>Mab
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Postby Fool on Sat Jul 14, 2001 9:17 am

I'm just kinda wondering why they only mentioned Ucchan's spatula.
Her okonomiyaki are <i>much</i> more deadly!<P>They say curiosity killed the cat.
Ucchan's okonomiyaki is quite a curiosity itself and you should see what it did to the cat!
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Postby bitter damonk on Sat Jul 14, 2001 9:41 am

heehee!<P>that's pretty funny, mab! <P>but i'm still bitter, consarnit.<P>------------------
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Postby gwalla on Sun Jul 15, 2001 12:04 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Fink The Insane:
<B>Just a question: What is an okonomiyaki?</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>They're...well, okonomiyaki. They sort of defy description. Well, first off, they're a type of food. They're sort of pancake-like, made from shredded vegetable and a mayo-like batter, and usually some other added ingredients. I've had them before, they're good.<P>There's a place in Little Tokyo in L.A. that serves them, and at least one place in San Francisco Japantown does too. Basically just look for okonomiyaki restaurants wherever there's a large proportional population of Japanese.<P>------------------
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Postby Fool on Sun Jul 15, 2001 2:41 am

Yeah, it's kinda like a pancake 'cause it's grilled on a griddle-like surface and requires the use of a spatula, but it's also like a pizza 'cause toppings and sauce are cooked into the top surface.<P>I've heard legends that there is a place in Toronto that makes them.
Someday, I will find this place and try them for myself.<P>
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Oh, and you shouldn't order the Ucchan special.
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Postby Coota on Sun Jul 15, 2001 3:34 am

Okonomyaki were the worst things I had while I was in Japan. Now, granted, they were still pretty good, but the other Japanese cuisine was much more suited to my appetite. I kind of look at them as big ol' omlettes, only not made out of egg. And you have to load them down with this sauce they give you, which I still don't know the contents of. Unless you do this, they are tasteless, no matter what you ask them to put inside your order. And ordering Okonomyaki in a resteraunt where no one speaks English is a bad, bad idea. They don't have menus with pictures(the menus are little pieces of paper spread across the wall with yen values and the names of the different types you can get), they don't understand what you're saying, and you'll probably end up with chicken ovaries in your okonomyaki. Speaking of, chicken ovaries are actually pretty tasty, but luckily I got those in a different type of resteraunt, where they came on sticks, and with vast quantities of alcohol. I love Japan.<P>------------------
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Postby Guest on Mon Jul 16, 2001 12:00 am

Damonk, what's it like being bitter? I think that I am sour, myself. I could be sweet though, it's hard to get a good taste of myself. How'd you do it?
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Postby Wapiko on Mon Jul 16, 2001 12:29 am

Well, an Okonomiyaki ("o" being honorific "konomi"="things one loves" "yaki"="cooked or fried") is basically a pancake that is fried with various different toppings on it. My sister's recipe uses white flour, a dash of salt, dried baby shrimp, finely shredded cabbage, water, and egg. She tops it with more cabbage, yakisoba (fried noodles) and sauce. I like it when it's thinner rather than thicker, though. Too bready otherwise.<P>Coota, I believe that the sauce is something like bulldog sauce (or tonkatsu sauce) but I have a bottle at home. I can look up what's in it, if you like. The one my sister uses has plum and worcestershire sauces in it (she kinda makes her own). But I agree with you. I'd rather eat plain yakisoba or ramen, or donburi, or shabu shabu.<P><B>OR POTATO CHIPS!!!!</B> <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/biggrin.gif"><P>Wapiko-chan.<P>------------------
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