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Moxx of Balhoom

PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 12:08 pm    Author: Moxx of Balhoom    Post subject: Re: Karina 31/10

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Hey, its Karina, just wanted to say thanks for your comments. I had such an amazing time at deal or no deal and at the time was absolutely gutted about my game. I had to go for the banker's gamble as 20k would of meant I could split the money with my family. Sorry if I seemed moody in my show and I know this may sound ridiculous to some people but I was very aware of how tight my dress was and even said to the wardrobe lady that I must be missing some shorts (but apparently the top was meant to be a dress!) so I was very uncomfortable with what I was wearing knowing how many people would be watching the show! Also it took about 2 hours to record so a lot of the banter was edited out as they focused on one main aspect of my game which was my mum (which I don't mind as it was nice for people to know how important she is to me). Looking back I now have no regrets as I was incredibly lucky to get the opportunity to be on the show and share the experience with so many amazing people who I will be good friends with for a very long time, any money won is just an added bonus! Anyway keep watching - there are some great games coming up! xx


Great to hear from you Karina, I think most people here would agree you played the game as well as the board would allow, you were just very unlucky and i don't think there are many of us who wouldn't have taken the Banker's Gamble in your position.
Looking back i can understand why you might have been uncomfortable in that dress, especially if it's not the sort of outfit you would normally wear, but if it's any consolation it looked fantastic on you. :D

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collydolly

PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 8:18 pm    Author: collydolly    Post subject: Re: Karina 31/10

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Moxx of Balhoom wrote:
kr66 wrote:
Hey, its Karina, just wanted to say thanks for your comments. I had such an amazing time at deal or no deal and at the time was absolutely gutted about my game. I had to go for the banker's gamble as 20k would of meant I could split the money with my family. Sorry if I seemed moody in my show and I know this may sound ridiculous to some people but I was very aware of how tight my dress was and even said to the wardrobe lady that I must be missing some shorts (but apparently the top was meant to be a dress!) so I was very uncomfortable with what I was wearing knowing how many people would be watching the show! Also it took about 2 hours to record so a lot of the banter was edited out as they focused on one main aspect of my game which was my mum (which I don't mind as it was nice for people to know how important she is to me). Looking back I now have no regrets as I was incredibly lucky to get the opportunity to be on the show and share the experience with so many amazing people who I will be good friends with for a very long time, any money won is just an added bonus! Anyway keep watching - there are some great games coming up! xx


Great to hear from you Karina, I think most people here would agree you played the game as well as the board would allow, you were just very unlucky and i don't think there are many of us who wouldn't have taken the Banker's Gamble in your position.
Looking back i can understand why you might have been uncomfortable in that dress, especially if it's not the sort of outfit you would normally wear, but if it's any consolation it looked fantastic on you. :D


Ok Karina we will forgive you for being moody, the dress was not wonderful and we could see that you were pulling at it all the time.

But you are a beautiful girl with a lovely family and I hope you all enjoyed the holiday.

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Big-Davey

PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 8:45 pm    Author: Big-Davey    Post subject: Re: Karina 31/10 Halloween week
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Which reminds me; who was the witch on the left of the two, Collydolly? :P

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collydolly

PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:03 pm    Author: collydolly    Post subject: Re: Karina 31/10 Halloween week

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Big-Davey wrote:
Which reminds me; who was the witch on the left of the two, Collydolly? :P


The one who kept falling asleep is lyndylou from Epiphany :roll:

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drivercurran

PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2008 2:22 am    Author: drivercurran    Post subject: Re: Karina 31/10 Halloween week

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Shame a shame it all went wrong at the end, was so hopeing that the 20k would come after the gamble was taken. Still at least you got the chance to take your mum away for a break so not all bad news in the end. I wouldn't have said you seemed moody even when it went wrong. Hope you do get that sweet shop of yours one day and hopefully you wont disappear from here either.

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