Well I have just watched myself, looks as though I haven't brushed my hair, but that's how I always look. I should have worn something with bolder colours but was told not to weat stripes or spots, and I have a lot of stripey tops. That's the pants thing over and done with then, think I shall always be remembered for my pants, ha ha, but I'll say it again, boys pants last a lot longer than womens knicks.
With the juice clip, I wasn't allowed to say the juice was out of date, January 2011, which makes it a lot cheaper at 50p a carton. Diluted, that's a lot of drinks for 50p. If I want a warm drink, I pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Good to see Euen from Wales on there, with his candle making, another Tightest Person contestant. And lovely to see the young lady, having different ages take part makes it more appealing to a wider audience.
The programme is getting better week by week. I think it would be a good idea to continue this series indefintately, because there is a need. We have to remember that not everybody has the required skills needed to live within their means, as it has been shown. In fact all this should be taught in schools, the youngsters would benefit by being guided by the more experienced, to put them on the right path for a good life.
There will probably be more clips from me in the next programmes, because they filmed such a lot, three more to go I think. I'm sorry my overseas readers cannot access it, as Joyfull pointed out, it probably has something to do with a licence agreement. Youtube is not global, there are restrictions. I don't know how to get round that, there will be some coding in there to prevent distribution. Perhaps one day we will not be allowed to view TV programmes in this country without some kind of licence, though I don't know how they could implement that. Hopefully it won't happen yet and I can still view online for a few more years for the price of broadband.