Apprentice: Is this a case of sour grapes...or bad fish..?????

Asked By: Kimmy Clives Catwoman - 3/27/2008
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Definitely sour grapes, although he does have a point when he said they are hungry for fame. Its started as a proper programme searching for proper serious businessmen and woman but after people have seen the previous series they realise they can have a career which encompasses a media career as well as a business... More
Answered By: SIR XY - 3/27/2008
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Lol. That guy is sucha moron! He actually talked himself into getting fired. I can't stand people like him.
Answered By: toxic_rock_angel - 3/27/2008
They're such @rses when they lose, why go on there and then say "ooh it's not for me or I didn't really want the job" Why not say, " oh well I was shite and got fired!" lol
Answered By: Gartom - 3/27/2008
it makes me think if hes such a great lawyer why bother anyway ,or did he have something to prove ,? well he proved what a jumped up snob he is and sir alan doesn't like snobs lmfao
Answered By: ♥ bex ♥ genes no 1 fan - 3/27/2008
If anyone was desperate to be on tv, I would say it was him as he wants to be famous like his older 'brother' Julian Clarey. The pretentious twerp even changed his name to get on the program
Answered By: Jaffa Rookie - 3/27/2008
Ha Ha....Sour Grapes/Bad Fish kimmy......and did you see him on The Apprentice You're Fired over on BBC2.....he still didn't do anything to redeem himself on there...came on wearing Sunglasses !!!
Answered By: Beaver Diva Sue - 3/27/2008
Definitely sour grapes - he was a twerp !
Answered By: nanny chris w - 3/27/2008
I thought Sir Alan was very humorous when he sacked him !! Sour grapes for sure lol !!
Answered By: kirst is back !! - 3/28/2008
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