Guy 2: Ya, Clinton sure wanted to screw that dude up but Bush is letting me get full cavity searched at the airport.
Me-"Orwell didn't die of TB,He Atcully shot himself in the head when he heard about the show big brother"
You-"he died in 1946"
Me-"oh........well he had a time machine"
it comes on channel 4 and the evicitons are presented by davina mcall. big brother has spwaned other mini shows which are about big brother
eg. big brothers little brother and big brothers big mouth
its a show which has a number of people living in a house,and one by one, those people are evitced by the public.
many chavs watch this show but also other classes of people do watch it.
mostly contains strong language and sometimes conversation or scenes of a sexual nature
guy2: no damn!
guy1: dude! anthony banged makosi in the pool
guy2: ah shite
Captive subjects are dehumanised through a number of degrading and humiliating tasks until they reach an animal-like state.
Inmates have been known to adopt animal-like behaviour patterns as they aggressively confront other inmates and reach a high level of sexual activity.
The television audience is able to release their chosen inmate on a weekly basis through a public vote.
'He was on Big Brother.'
Use to be Dame and BIG's brother
Who was Hip Hop brother, who was NO ID friend
NO ID my mentor, now let the story begin
2. Figurehead of the totalitarian government of the superstate of Oceania in George Orwell's final and most famous novel, 1984. Not an "actual" person in the world of the novel, rather a generic middle-aged male face staring out of countless posters, telescreens and so on. The accompanying legend reminds anyone present, "Big Brother is Watching You." Projects an image of the government as omnipresent, omniscient, and allegedly benign. Shortened to an affectionate "B.B." in the novel in colloquial speech, and in the daily ritual of the Two Minute Hate.
3. Figurative description of intrusive government or bureaucracy.
4. At least one television series of the genre known as "reality TV", in which an assorted group of people are obliged for a time to live together in a house being watched through cameras that broadcast their lives together to the watching public. Such a series is typically held as a competition where the public or a smaller group may vote a member out of the house at regular intervals, with a reasonably large cash prize awaiting the resident who stays longest.
(Final line of novel): He loved Big Brother.
Big Brother is watching us again, so get your tax forms in on time.
I hope that harridan Jemima is voted out of the season of Big Brother as soon as possible.