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The Biggest Loser 2007

For crying out loud. Give us a break from Munnalita and her tantrums, will you? Did I say I liked this series of Biggest Loser? Munnalita has an unsurpassed sense of entitlement to which we are all entitled! On and on and on and on. The head complainer. Entitled more than Alex to stay on the show because he has children and she needs to go on IVF. Entitled to sit out because she is not up to it. Not entitled to sit out because it’s not fair. Entitled to immunity because she feels she needs it. Entitled to throw P’eta off the show because she doesn’t deserve to be there like her. Everyone has the right to her opinion so we hardly get a chance to hear from anyone else and nor do we get to celebrate the weight losses, the hard workers and the real achievements of the show. Entitled to the 2 Mars bars one after the other because she needed them. Entitled to rant , rave and swear foully at Michelle because she had no idea. Entitled to question Michelle about the Red Team diet because she knew better than Michelle . Entitled to raid the Blue Team fridge because she was entitled. Entitled to not work out because it was not appropriate for her. On top of that she criticises everyone. No one is very good. No one else is getting it right. How dare Marty have an opinion because it called hers into question? How dare Michelle challenge her because what she was doing wasn’t matching what she was saying. On and on and on. GIVE US A BREAK. Then she got on the basket ball court and smiled and scored goals just like any other little kid who gets what they want. Courtney didn’t want to play. Is this someone who is serious about weightloss? Patti hides behind everyone else. Marty puts in and Greg pounds away. Do we hear about their positives? The Blue Team just keep taking the blows and getting up and on with it. Do we hear from them? The only consolation is the Blues have one thing the Reds don’t have…Shannan. Woo-hoo!

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Retired Adelaide based professional. Lived here most of my life. I have been a teacher of French, English and German since 1974 and value the capacity of the classroom, wherever that might be, to write on the lives of others.

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