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The geek is here, but alas better at maths than English
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Post by Flossie » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:47 pm

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Age: 19
Home: Wimborne
Job: Student
Starsign: Virgo
Status: Single
Rating: 27% Hot! (1642 ratings)

Brainy Andrew is going to bring his intellect to the House. A child maths genius, he passed his A-Level at the tender age of 13. A private school pupil until the age of 12, then at Grammar school, he used his maths skills to bribe the other kids by doing their homework. It comes as no surprise that he has happy memories of watching Countdown with his Mum.

Andrew lives with 18 others while at Oxford University - 6 guys and 12 girls and he thinks it's like the Big Brother House.

When not at Uni, Andrew still lives with his Mum on a council estate. He says he makes a point of avoiding the large group of kids 'I hate being stereotyped myself, but imagine your typical chav - we would have nothing to say to each other.' He says that sometimes he gets comments shouted at him like 'nerd' or 'glasses' but feels this is fine.

The pan collector rates himself 10 out of 10 for intelligence and is doing Big Brother to prove that there are bright teenagers out there. Sometimes when he wants to be normal he tells people that his name is Kevin and he works in a supermarket.

Being a maths wizard, he is very anti spiritualism, clairvoyance and psychics, he believes more in science and thinks things can be tested and proven. He thinks that humans want comfort in life and so like to believe in things. He says he'd choose money over fame and plays Black Jack as a hobby, travelling to London as there are no casinos in Oxford.

As his Grammar school was all boys, he didn't get to meet many girls so had his first relationship when he was 18. He wants to be a teacher and would like a partner even though he thinks he has a long way to go before then. He finds it hard to talk to women so hopes that the show will help him with this as well as to grow as a person.

He thinks that some housemates might be intimidating but hopes his negotiation skills will help him here. He hopes that housemates will enjoy his company as he finds it easy to relate to people. Without a book he thinks it will be difficult, but he will try and find other ways to entertain himself.

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Post by Flossie » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:49 pm

It is a pity his lingusitic skills do not compare with his mathematical skills! He is worse than the characters in The Big Bang Theory.

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Post by Steffi » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:32 am

Well.............. you can't have everything, *titter*.

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Post by Anna » Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:47 pm

Steffi!!! :dance5: :dance5: :floss:


I like Andrew's wry one liners, for instance:

When Dave was saying he had predicted the Tsunami

Andrew:' "Can you e-mail me next time."

and

Dave: "Before creation there was nothing, I mean nothing, nothing at all, I can`t imagine how that is, nothing, not even this."

Andrew: No Big Brother house?


If you check, Andrew's odds for winning are now 4/1. That's on a par with JJ and only Josie has better odds of being the winner. I think I'll probably support him for the win the way things are going at the moment - if Mario doesn't cause him to become more sleazy under his 'tuition' about how to get on with women.

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Post by Triggers » Fri Jul 16, 2010 2:44 pm

Steffi!!! Where the hecka you been? It is great to see you :hug: :wave2:

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Post by Steffi » Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:30 am

Awwwwww you two! :red: :hug:
I'm not watching it, but I just popped by and couldn't resist seeing who this maths geek was as you know I love 'em. :p

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Post by Anna » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:11 pm

Probably just as well you're not watching it Steffi as it's around week 5 that the schisms appear as it emerges that we're emotionally committed to different housemates. :D

As usual, Flo has dedicated himself to supporting a female housemate who, to his eyes, is together, organised and well-functioning and he can't understand therefore, why a proportion of the other housemates and viewers have trouble with her. :D You know, in the style of Grace Adams-Short from BB8 or Katie Hopkins from The Apprentice, who were widely hated by viewers but championed by Flo who probably thought any female critics were just jealous. :D I bet he supported Bea and Noirin last year (although I didn't watch it last year). :p :p

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Post by Triggers » Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:17 pm

Surely no-one supported Bea or Noirin :o

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Post by Anna » Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:00 pm

Triggers wrote:Surely no-one supported Bea or Noirin :o
*cough* Flossie *cough* :mask:

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Post by Triggers » Mon Jul 19, 2010 11:45 pm

Anna wrote:
*cough* Flossie *cough* :mask:

8-D Thanks for that cryptic nod as to the offender :mask: *cough*

But really?? Bea?? Noirin?? FLOSSIE?? I must stop my face doing this :o my eyes are starting to hurt :o *ouch* *cough* :D

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