HE WAS JUST NOO GOOD.
SO Noorul the Noodle has gone. Finally.
He is a courteous fellow. But this process requires people of steely determination and he's not one of them.
This week's task was hard. But team leader Ben's dad is an auctioneer so he should have understood what he needed to do - nail the key products and bin the bad ones. Both teams failed to research the right price for their items.
I did have tremendous moments following Empire. For example, viewers didn't see the ocarina they were given - a ceramic instrument.
They thought it was for pot pourri.
So after they sold it off cheaply I picked it up and played a tune... they were shocked. The other delight was the commode. Debra insisted on calling it a komodo, which I think is a kind of dragon.
Debra and Ben were very rude in the book shops, I was ashamed to be with them, huffing away. In business you have to temper your behaviour to your environment.
Debra bit back at me in the Boardroom which was a little surprising. She was under attack and lashed out. But, if I was her, I'd try to be polite to people on the other side of the table.
In the end, Ben's ability to fight saved him and Noorul went. He just wasn't strong enough to defend himself.
TIP OF THE WEEK: If you're selling something, know what it's worth.
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BIT RUDE Debra
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 30, 2009|
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