Post BB Housemate Antics - Part 4

Discussion in 'Big Brother Australia housemates forum' started by Veronica2005, May 28, 2017.

  1. Veronica2005

    Veronica2005 Survivor Sweep Jacqui

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  2. timmydownawell

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    Lawson might be quite good looking if only he cut that awful hair of his. It's really dragging him down.
     
  3. reepbot

    reepbot Why?

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    Lawson's hair always looks so greasy.
     
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    Veronica2005 Survivor Sweep Jacqui

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  7. oddjob

    oddjob Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster

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    They turned her into an alien
     
  9. kxk

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    Do you have Selfie-itis?

    Are you an avid selfie taker? It could be more serious than you think, with "selfie-itis" having been classed as a real diagnosable illness by psychologists.

    It may sound harmless enough but psychologists say “selfie-itis” is a genuine disorder.

    Our obsession with photography and sharing our photos is not without consequence. The selfie, for example, is beginning to be discussed in psychiatric circles. For instance, psychiatrists at Thailand’s department of mental health issued a warning that those not getting enough positive feedback for their selfies often feel compelled to take and post more images, perhaps even increasingly risqué or shocking images. This cycle of seeking self-esteem boosts by posting selfies is ultimately viewed as having negative consequences for mental health, primarily when the expected level of positive feedback is not achieved.

    (personally I have always hated taking pics and having pics taken, I just don't get the selfie thing)
     
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    oddjob Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster

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  11. oddjob

    oddjob Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster

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    Ok, I feel a bit shallow now for my head remark.
     

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