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Autumnal Novelty Cheesefest Betting (TV/Special/Novelty)

  • 30-08-2015 1:02am
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    Closed Accounts Posts: 9,586 ✭✭✭ Barbara Itchy Frown


    Let's be clear from the get-go, I won't be watching any of this TV trash. From the ad stings/promos it looks like high-fakery-celeb-selfie-drivel of the highest order, esp. from Endemol & Co. The dancing show, isn't so bad if you're ever forced to view. The Politics is a fairly boring collection of promises and sound-bites during the build-up to results day. Bet-wise, it's fairly straight forward:

    safe n' easy single
    CBB15 - Continent win: UK x1.5 (B'fair, Sky a bit less) no-brainier 150%.

    delux double (moderate risk) x54 circa, where available as a combo.
    CBB15 - Winner: BobbyDavro x6 with most places. Easy-going chap, used to be married to the hot ageless wan' from morning tv.
    SCD15 - Jamelia x9 (WH or Bwin) jolly likable with nice legs! + Plenty of dancing tips presumably gathered from years of pop videos, although this was recently denied in a newspaper article.

    query-able quad (not for the faint hearted) x2,430 if accumulated.
    add-on: Andy Burnham x5 (as the next uk lab leader) Although the fine Corbyn is the clear righteous fav, he might represent too much of a shake up to the system. Thus every single trick in the book will be deployed to substitute him for the next suitable alternative.

    add-on: 3rd fav* Trump to tower over the other two forerunners at the us elect. Best market price *today is only x9! Which is a probably a surprise to everyone. Perhaps more 'yes we can' than the catch-phrase's originator. Should use 'Let's do this' or 'Getting the job done' as his phrase.

    Feel free to disagree...


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