Why is it so hard for black women to play bb? Neeley was put on the block and evicted by america because she was close to kryssie, but so was jason and they didnt put him up. Danielle was hated from the start and got called a horrible mother, a slut, and a bunch of other things. Da'Vonne was constantly called sketchy for no reason (apparently reading the bible is sketchy). Loveita from bbcan4 was also hated for no reason. I remember when she left someone in the house said they felt “so much safer”. Oh and lets not forget Candice who was placed in a house filled with racists. When will black women ever catch a break on big brother?
Hello and welcome to The Great Middle Earth Bake Off!
Before we get started on the making and baking tomorrow
evening, I thought it would be nice for you to meet your amateur bakers!
So have a read, and tag, comment or inbox me to vote for
your favourite baker to avoid their elimination from the competition!
An interesting entry to Bake Off given that he had no idea
he had been entered, the baking he does for his children had inspired them to
put their da forward.
Bard works as a mechanic in Wales, living with his three
children they have been the inspiration for most of Bard’s baking creations,
his youngest Tilda promises that his caterpillar cakes are a force to be reckoned
Far from a perfectionist, Bard is much more about substance
than style in his baking, will that scupper him in the showstopper challenge?
How does one describe Thranduil Oropherion? Driven,
confident, patient, perfectionist.
Thranduil is a CEO based in Surrey, and has been considering
entering Bake Off for a few years now, but it is only this year that his little
son Legolas has deemed him finally ready, and it must be said, he seems to be
Thranduil’s attention to detail and patience will no doubt
make him a force to be reckoned with in the technical bake, but will he have
trouble keeping to the allocated time? In restricted time, sometimes patience
is not such a virtue.
Bilbo Baggins of Bag End, in the small Hamlet on Hobbiton
deep in the countryside of Hertfordshire has been baking since before he could
walk, reportedly it was something his mother and father loved to do together,
even if for a while Bilbo threw more flour around than actually helped bake.
Encouraged by his boyfriend, a Mr Thorin Oakenshield, and
his nephew Frodo, Bilbo has finally entered Bake Off, heading in with a very
calm and collected attitude.
Bilbo is likely to own the signature bake challenge, but is
he adventurous enough in his baking to really take on the showstopper round?