The Apprentice, place your bets.
Nick I think. My sister went to school with him. He seems a really nice guy, very intelligent and quite a nice guy to work with.
and the above comment refers to Adam who runs a fruit and veg stall and is referred to as “market trader”, however claimed in this show that he owns eight houses and rents them. Quite why he would choose the title “market trader” over “property developer” or similar, is beyond me.Posted 5 years ago
brakes – Member
why do people watch this shit?
Better to express opinions/assumptions without watching it?
dirtyrider – Member
welcome to england a retard who sells fruit and veg on a market can own 8 house
England? Seems retards know who “should” or shouldn’t be earning money live there too.Posted 5 years agoscuzzMember
I caught a few episodes.Posted 5 years ago
The psychology behind the episode editing is artful, but the cross over between fiction and reality – eg ‘structured reality’ just pisses me off. It’s too much like being funnelled into a mindset and spat out at the other end. Too little room for viewer interpretation.higgoMember
dirtyrider – ‘Member’
welcome to england a retard who sells fruit and veg on a market can own 8 houses
How many houses should a fruit and veg seller be allowed to own?Posted 5 years ago
If he’s very good at selling fruit and veg and, as a result accumulates more wealth, what would you allow him to spend it on?
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