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dimples1974
11-05-2014, 09:13 PM
https://www.facebook.com/theoutletchannel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PhH3oKY8wk

Well, what do we think who will be first in the queue for a job ? :mysmilie_50:

Flying Pigs
11-05-2014, 09:29 PM
Lancashire is Sally country.

dimples1974
11-05-2014, 09:37 PM
Lancashire is Sally country.

They want to attract viewers though:giggle:

1 MEGADROP
11-05-2014, 09:40 PM
No expense spent by the looks of it, my bathroom is bigger than their studio, I hope they didn't pay someone big money to come up with the logo

When is it launching as the site has pics saying 1st and 8th, Has someone from sit-up set up this company?

dimples1974
11-05-2014, 10:04 PM
No expense spent by the looks of it, my bathroom is bigger than their studio, I hope they didn't pay someone big money to come up with the logo

When is it launching as the site has pics saying 1st and 8th, Has someone from sit-up set up this company?

I have no idea going by the thread on shopping telly it's the 1st of June, then when you click the link it says Sundays and Mondays on channel 682,,so who knows.

The Outlet Channel is pleased to announce its launch at 8 pm the 1st of June on SKY channel 682. The Outlet Channel will bring a vast range of everyday household essentials and more, with prices aiming to beat the high street, and sensible postage and packaging charges. We have a great line up of presenters ready to bring you the best deals broadcasting from our studios in Lancashire.

outletchannel
12-05-2014, 06:51 PM
Hi Guys. Ross here from The Outlet Channel. Don't panic we are not the reincarnation of Sit Up TV, nor do we have any past involvement! We would never dream of charging 7.99 P&P, however we have received plenty of ex Sit Up Presenters C.V's!!

The studio picture we gave Graham at ShoppingTelly.com is only part of our studio. Rather than hiring others facilities we have invested heavily in creating our own studios near Preston in Lancashire. To give you a bit of background on us....we have operated high street stores for many years across the North West and I have have always had a keen interest in Shopping TV. Watching the slow and painful death of Bid TV spurred me on to launch our new channel. A big risk in today's marketplace but I'm making a pledge to listen to feedback and not just go about it however we deem fit.

Initially the airtime slots available on Sky 682 are limited and we are airing 8pm - 9pm two nights a week but we have to start somewhere! Please support us and I welcome any feedback to my personal email address - ross@theoutletchannel.tv. Of course I'll be a regular on the forums!

Happy Shopping Guys :)

Graham
12-05-2014, 07:54 PM
No expense spent by the looks of it, my bathroom is bigger than their studio, I hope they didn't pay someone big money to come up with the logo

When is it launching as the site has pics saying 1st and 8th, Has someone from sit-up set up this company?

I don't think it matters how big the studio is, lets face it bid tv had a huge complex but just ended up ripping off the customer with Premium Rate phone call, overcharging om P&P and suppose bottom line sold crap.

I am looking forward to seeing this channel launch, good presenters, good products and sensible P&P will make or break a channel not the studio size.

ryan91
12-05-2014, 10:14 PM
It's a long shot but I've sent along my CV!
Good luck Ross and the rest of the team :)

outletchannel
12-05-2014, 11:24 PM
It's a long shot but I've sent along my CV!
Good luck Ross and the rest of the team :)

Thanks Ryan.... I'll watch out for your C.V!

Mommabear
13-05-2014, 03:17 PM
I have no idea going by the thread on shopping telly it's the 1st of June, then when you click the link it says Sundays and Mondays on channel 682,,so who knows.

The Outlet Channel is pleased to announce its launch at 8 pm the 1st of June on SKY channel 682. The Outlet Channel will bring a vast range of everyday household essentials and more, with prices aiming to beat the high street, and sensible postage and packaging charges. We have a great line up of presenters ready to bring you the best deals broadcasting from our studios in Lancashire.


Hi Guys. Ross here from The Outlet Channel. Don't panic we are not the reincarnation of Sit Up TV, nor do we have any past involvement! We would never dream of charging 7.99 P&P, however we have received plenty of ex Sit Up Presenters C.V's!!

The studio picture we gave Graham at ShoppingTelly.com is only part of our studio. Rather than hiring others facilities we have invested heavily in creating our own studios near Preston in Lancashire. To give you a bit of background on us....we have operated high street stores for many years across the North West and I have have always had a keen interest in Shopping TV. Watching the slow and painful death of Bid TV spurred me on to launch our new channel. A big risk in today's marketplace but I'm making a pledge to listen to feedback and not just go about it however we deem fit.

Initially the airtime slots available on Sky 682 are limited and we are airing 8pm - 9pm two nights a week but we have to start somewhere! Please support us and I welcome any feedback to my personal email address - ross@theoutletchannel.tv. Of course I'll be a regular on the forums!

Happy Shopping Guys :)

Hope Far Mani gets an interview

steveh31
13-05-2014, 08:45 PM
Well as some of us don't have Sky, some of us cannot support you perhaps consider other channels.:mysmilie_10:

outletchannel
13-05-2014, 09:52 PM
Hi steveh31 - Freeview is our ultimate goal but you can pay upto 1MILION to get a freeview EPG and airtime slot!!! Pocket money for some of the big boys out there but I'm going to have to save up!

Regards - Ross @ The Outlet Channel

SUPERCOOLWILLOW
13-05-2014, 11:06 PM
Hi steveh31 - Freeview is our ultimate goal but you can pay upto 1MILION to get a freeview EPG and airtime slot!!! Pocket money for some of the big boys out there but I'm going to have to save up!

Regards - Ross @ The Outlet Channel

maybe live streaming on the website as well as that would be handy for people too

Kathy
14-05-2014, 09:09 AM
The Outlet Channel


Are we talking about the reincarnation of Yes 661, or better still good old "Shop"....

outletchannel
14-05-2014, 10:34 AM
The Outlet Channel


Are we talking about the reincarnation of Yes 661, or better still good old "Shop"....


Hi Kathy

As we aren't airing Live at the moment the format will be in the style of Ideal World TV. If we end up broadcasting live we will be going falling price auction style.

We are hoping the viewers will tell us what they want after seeing the first few broadcasts!

Our products at first are complete guess work - again we are hoping the Shopping Telly.com forums will tell us what products you want to see!

Regards

Ross
The Outlet Channel

steveh31
14-05-2014, 08:18 PM
Hi steveh31 - Freeview is our ultimate goal but you can pay upto 1MILION to get a freeview EPG and airtime slot!!! Pocket money for some of the big boys out there but I'm going to have to save up!

Regards - Ross @ The Outlet Channel

I have Virgin

Dave
14-05-2014, 08:41 PM
I have Virgin

Are you minted? I used to dream of having Virgin TV! :mysmilie_17:

mr tom
15-05-2014, 01:20 PM
good luck with your endeavour Ross.

I genuinely hope it is successful.

haribo
16-05-2014, 12:55 AM
I really don't understand why you are doing this.

I don't want to sound like a misery guts who is just putting a downer on this for the sake of it but I think a reality check is in order now.

Starting a new TV shopping venture now is utterly ridiculous. It is like opening a new chain of video shops now blockbuster has gone tits up.

Shopping TV is on the way out. Everyone now can go on amazon and get incredible value and service.

Even argos found they couldn't really make a new shopping channel pay. I really believe this venture will fail. If bid had to rely on the excessive postage and phone calls then how is outlet going to make any money if it offers fair postage and no call costs?

outletchannel
16-05-2014, 07:28 AM
I really don't understand why you are doing this.

I don't want to sound like a misery guts who is just putting a downer on this for the sake of it but I think a reality check is in order now.

Starting a new TV shopping venture now is utterly ridiculous. It is like opening a new chain of video shops now blockbuster has gone tits up.

Shopping TV is on the way out. Everyone now can go on amazon and get incredible value and service.

Even argos found they couldn't really make a new shopping channel pay. I really believe this venture will fail. If bid had to rely on the excessive postage and phone calls then how is outlet going to make any money if it offers fair postage and no call costs?

Hi Haribo. The problem for other channels starting out is the overheads. For example, building a studio, creating a call centre, renting a warehouse etc etc....we have eliminated many of these costs. As we already operate high street stores we already have a warehouse, already have a 50 seat call centre and have been able to create a studio within our head office. Huge savings that will help drive our costs down.

There are still many people who enjoy the interaction of shopping telly (I know I do), so with the right products and no gemstone globes I'm hoping we can create something that will be around for a long time.

Regards,
Ross @ The Outlet Channel

shopatdrop
16-05-2014, 11:31 AM
You have said "hoping we can create something that will be around for a long time", which is fine, but that isn't a statement of confidence. You sound unsure.

Haribo is talking a lot of sense, and I think you know it. Ross, sorry to say this so early on, but you are already coming across as someone who desperately wants to cling on to nostalgia for the sake of it. I left here last night with nothing but confidence in your venture, but then had a look at some of your recent messages. Are you for real? Who in their right mind risks losing reputation and credibility on the high street? Was buying air time on The Mall cheaper than advertising elsewhere? Is that what this is all about? First mistake, and believe me it is a huge one, was linking your new outlet to the former Sit-Up channels. Sure, the presenters lost their jobs, and yes it was a hard time for them, but do you honestly believe that anyone that sees ex sit-up presenters on your new channel will think of you as genuine? Sorry, and nothing against Lisa or anything, but you are asking for trouble by taking that route. The presenters on Bid and Price-Drop were, in some cases, part of the reason the channels lost trust, support and credibility. Some of the presenters were obviously nothing but fame hungry nobodies who were obviously very happy to mislead the public as part of their act. The Politicians of the TV world!

Second mistake, coming on here and admitting that you are clueless. Look folks, I have the airtime, but I basically want you to run this for me, and I will sit back and get rich from your ideas, time and labour. What should I buy? What should I sell? How should I go about doing this. Seriously? Have you actually carried out any research before jumping in and starting this? You haven't given yourself enough time to perfect this. You needed longer to prepare.

Third mistake, the it will be based on the Ideal World concept and if it is ever live, it will be falling auction format. Okay, so can I assume that I am going to get bored of seeing Halogen Ovens, an expensive hose pipe, tablet computers that are so slow even Royal Mail is faster, steam mops, pressure washers and other repetitive demos? And when it isn't like this, it will be the shock, wow, I never thought we would be going this low! The phone lines should be lighting up now, get in quick?

Fourth mistake, and I have a feeling this one is beginning to sink in, Sky! Can you see where you have gone wrong there? Sky customers are largely tech savvy. They probably have broadband as part of their package. They can easily go away and conduct some research into the product you are trying to sell. Is it unique? Is it available cheaper at the click of a button on Amazon or Ebay etc? If you were going for that customer base anyway, you might just as well save yourself a lot of trouble, and launch as a streaming service and use social media to help get the word out there and collect live feedback etc. In that way you can appear on connected and smart televisions too. When you have a strong following on the streaming platform, you should then start to consider moving onto existing broadcast platforms, not before.

I'm not being harsh for the fun of it, this forum isn't full of trolls, and I think most of us on here genuinely want this to be a success. So do yourself a huge favour, delay the launch and spend more time perfecting the detail and conducting in depth research. You have done the right thing coming on here, that is good, but currently you are trying to run before you can even walk. First impressions count, and so far we have seen a photo of a studio which might just as well be in a garage, a logo which frankly resembles something of a poor attempt at copying Store Twenty One, and talk of a format which is modeled on emulating Ideal World.

Now that is out of the way; let's start again. Okay? You need a closed preview section of the website. You need to put together a panel of potential viewers and customers, people who can help shape the future of your venture. Put a sample of potential products on the closed preview site, and ask the panel to rate their likelihood of purchasing that product, the price they are willing to pay etc. Research, research, research. Next comes trust. You need to gain trust and confidence, and then keep this trust and confidence. Good. Next is giving me a reason to want to tune into The Mall and watch your Outlet Channel broadcasts. At the moment I skip past it, never give it a moments notice. What are you going to do to change my viewing habits and attract my interest, keep my interest and then translate that into sales?

The founding members of of Sit-Up had the experience of running large TV platforms, they knew the shopping TV market too, and they knew how to stand out and be different by taking risks. But those were different times. Sky customers had their boxes hooked up to landlines, and ADSL broadband was still being rolled out, was running about 512 Kbps, and mobile data was slow and expensive. We are living in a connected society now, and the customer is not afraid to research products and look for better prices elsewhere. For your TV venture to survive, you need to change your approach a bit. Outlet Channel should become My Outlet Channel. Make the viewer/customer the core part of the business. Give them reason to tune in and buy. Give them reason to take pride in their channel, give them the confidence in it.

This is where it gets interesting. Your job now is to change my mind, and to prove me wrong. Make it so I come back here in a few weeks time praising you for your huge success, and thanking you for not being like the other channels, but for actually listening to the feedback given on this forum.

Good. All that is left for me to say now is I look forward to working with you and supporting your development, progress, achievements and success.

outletchannel
16-05-2014, 06:38 PM
You have said "hoping we can create something that will be around for a long time", which is fine, but that isn't a statement of confidence. You sound unsure.

Haribo is talking a lot of sense, and I think you know it. Ross, sorry to say this so early on, but you are already coming across as someone who desperately wants to cling on to nostalgia for the sake of it. I left here last night with nothing but confidence in your venture, but then had a look at some of your recent messages. Are you for real? Who in their right mind risks losing reputation and credibility on the high street? Was buying air time on The Mall cheaper than advertising elsewhere? Is that what this is all about? First mistake, and believe me it is a huge one, was linking your new outlet to the former Sit-Up channels. Sure, the presenters lost their jobs, and yes it was a hard time for them, but do you honestly believe that anyone that sees ex sit-up presenters on your new channel will think of you as genuine? Sorry, and nothing against Lisa or anything, but you are asking for trouble by taking that route. The presenters on Bid and Price-Drop were, in some cases, part of the reason the channels lost trust, support and credibility. Some of the presenters were obviously nothing but fame hungry nobodies who were obviously very happy to mislead the public as part of their act. The Politicians of the TV world!

Second mistake, coming on here and admitting that you are clueless. Look folks, I have the airtime, but I basically want you to run this for me, and I will sit back and get rich from your ideas, time and labour. What should I buy? What should I sell? How should I go about doing this. Seriously? Have you actually carried out any research before jumping in and starting this? You haven't given yourself enough time to perfect this. You needed longer to prepare.

Third mistake, the it will be based on the Ideal World concept and if it is ever live, it will be falling auction format. Okay, so can I assume that I am going to get bored of seeing Halogen Ovens, an expensive hose pipe, tablet computers that are so slow even Royal Mail is faster, steam mops, pressure washers and other repetitive demos? And when it isn't like this, it will be the shock, wow, I never thought we would be going this low! The phone lines should be lighting up now, get in quick?

Fourth mistake, and I have a feeling this one is beginning to sink in, Sky! Can you see where you have gone wrong there? Sky customers are largely tech savvy. They probably have broadband as part of their package. They can easily go away and conduct some research into the product you are trying to sell. Is it unique? Is it available cheaper at the click of a button on Amazon or Ebay etc? If you were going for that customer base anyway, you might just as well save yourself a lot of trouble, and launch as a streaming service and use social media to help get the word out there and collect live feedback etc. In that way you can appear on connected and smart televisions too. When you have a strong following on the streaming platform, you should then start to consider moving onto existing broadcast platforms, not before.

I'm not being harsh for the fun of it, this forum isn't full of trolls, and I think most of us on here genuinely want this to be a success. So do yourself a huge favour, delay the launch and spend more time perfecting the detail and conducting in depth research. You have done the right thing coming on here, that is good, but currently you are trying to run before you can even walk. First impressions count, and so far we have seen a photo of a studio which might just as well be in a garage, a logo which frankly resembles something of a poor attempt at copying Store Twenty One, and talk of a format which is modeled on emulating Ideal World.

Now that is out of the way; let's start again. Okay? You need a closed preview section of the website. You need to put together a panel of potential viewers and customers, people who can help shape the future of your venture. Put a sample of potential products on the closed preview site, and ask the panel to rate their likelihood of purchasing that product, the price they are willing to pay etc. Research, research, research. Next comes trust. You need to gain trust and confidence, and then keep this trust and confidence. Good. Next is giving me a reason to want to tune into The Mall and watch your Outlet Channel broadcasts. At the moment I skip past it, never give it a moments notice. What are you going to do to change my viewing habits and attract my interest, keep my interest and then translate that into sales?

The founding members of of Sit-Up had the experience of running large TV platforms, they knew the shopping TV market too, and they knew how to stand out and be different by taking risks. But those were different times. Sky customers had their boxes hooked up to landlines, and ADSL broadband was still being rolled out, was running about 512 Kbps, and mobile data was slow and expensive. We are living in a connected society now, and the customer is not afraid to research products and look for better prices elsewhere. For your TV venture to survive, you need to change your approach a bit. Outlet Channel should become My Outlet Channel. Make the viewer/customer the core part of the business. Give them reason to tune in and buy. Give them reason to take pride in their channel, give them the confidence in it.

This is where it gets interesting. Your job now is to change my mind, and to prove me wrong. Make it so I come back here in a few weeks time praising you for your huge success, and thanking you for not being like the other channels, but for actually listening to the feedback given on this forum.

Good. All that is left for me to say now is I look forward to working with you and supporting your development, progress, achievements and success.

Thanks Shopatdrop for your views. I posted on shoppingtelly.com forums to be open and honest with our potential viewers. Perhaps I have been too honest. Trust me when I say alot of time and research has gone into this and I wouldn't risk huge financial investment on a whim. This channel will only work if people at home are liking what we do...thats why I've posted my personal email address and not hidden myself in a non custyomer facing role (like many M.D's do).

I approached Lisa Brash to come on board because I feel she was one of only a few presenters at SitUp that was the same on screen as she is if you meet her in the street. True down to earth presenter that doesnt mind voicing her opinion on behalf of the viewers. Just because she worked for Sit Up doesn't mean we are now going to be the next Bid Tv!

The SKY element is a starting point. Freeview and Virgin don't hand out EPG's so easily and we have to prove we warrant airtime on their platform.

I will leave your judgement to our launch - you may be pleasantly surprised!

Drop me an email to ross@theoutletchannel.tv and I will give you a sneek preview to our website etc!

Regards

Ross

steveh31
16-05-2014, 07:48 PM
Hi Ross

Don't be downheartened about being honest, you should be able to be and you should not be chastised for it.

We want honesty, if you are open and honest you will find people will come along and support you.

You have to remember that the Bid is still fresh in people's minds so you will be compared and it is upto you and your team to show people you are not Bid Shopping mark 2.

The only problem I have is you are all from the wrong side of the Pennines and can a true Yorkshireman like me help the enemy. :mysmilie_17:

Seriously get some serious promotion going, draw in a curious audience and you can succeed.

Best of luck and keep positive.:happy:

shopatdrop
16-05-2014, 08:25 PM
Thanks Ross. I am not going to criticise honesty, you did the right thing coming to this forum seeking the views and support. Your openness and willingness to work with and listen to the viewer and customer deserves praise. You have given a good answer to my long-winded comment, and I hope that we can perhaps maybe work with one another to look at whether my earlier comments and suggestions may be beneficial to your venture in any way. I will definitely be taking you up on your kind offer to communicate by email.

I see you are on facebook and twitter, and it would be great to get the early bird followers engaged and involved as much as possible in much the same way you have done with everyone on this forum. Need any help with that, just ask.

As for Lisa, well what can I say? Memorable, exciting, fun and entertaining. Good choice. When you said you were modeling your output on Ideal World, I perhaps incorrectly assumed you wanted to tone things down, make it serious and totally boring. Clearly not. Lisa has a strong following of loyal fans, and I have already noticed you have gained quite a lot of approval for recruiting her.

Looking forward to it Ross, I wish you every success and look forward to keeping in contact by email.

pat
16-05-2014, 08:40 PM
I know lisa brash in on as she has put it on facebook

PJ.
17-05-2014, 06:10 PM
You have said "hoping we can create something that will be around for a long time", which is fine, but that isn't a statement of confidence. You sound unsure. Haribo is talking a lot of sense, and I think you know it. Ross, sorry to say this so early on, but you are already coming across as someone who desperately wants to cling on to nostalgia for the sake of it. I left here last night with nothing but confidence in your venture, but then had a look at some of your recent messages. Are you for real? Who in their right mind risks losing reputation and credibility on the high street? Was buying air time on The Mall cheaper than advertising elsewhere? Is that what this is all about? First mistake, and believe me it is a huge one, was linking your new outlet to the former Sit-Up channels. Sure, the presenters lost their jobs, and yes it was a hard time for them, but do you honestly believe that anyone that sees ex sit-up presenters on your new channel will think of you as genuine? Sorry, and nothing against Lisa or anything, but you are asking for trouble by taking that route. The presenters on Bid and Price-Drop were, in some cases, part of the reason the channels lost trust, support and credibility. Some of the presenters were obviously nothing but fame hungry nobodies who were obviously very happy to mislead the public as part of their act. The Politicians of the TV world! Second mistake, coming on here and admitting that you are clueless. Look folks, I have the airtime, but I basically want you to run this for me, and I will sit back and get rich from your ideas, time and labour. What should I buy? What should I sell? How should I go about doing this. Seriously? Have you actually carried out any research before jumping in and starting this? You haven't given yourself enough time to perfect this. You needed longer to prepare. Third mistake, the it will be based on the Ideal World concept and if it is ever live, it will be falling auction format. Okay, so can I assume that I am going to get bored of seeing Halogen Ovens, an expensive hose pipe, tablet computers that are so slow even Royal Mail is faster, steam mops, pressure washers and other repetitive demos? And when it isn't like this, it will be the shock, wow, I never thought we would be going this low! The phone lines should be lighting up now, get in quick? Fourth mistake, and I have a feeling this one is beginning to sink in, Sky! Can you see where you have gone wrong there? Sky customers are largely tech savvy. They probably have broadband as part of their package. They can easily go away and conduct some research into the product you are trying to sell. Is it unique? Is it available cheaper at the click of a button on Amazon or Ebay etc? If you were going for that customer base anyway, you might just as well save yourself a lot of trouble, and launch as a streaming service and use social media to help get the word out there and collect live feedback etc. In that way you can appear on connected and smart televisions too. When you have a strong following on the streaming platform, you should then start to consider moving onto existing broadcast platforms, not before. I'm not being harsh for the fun of it, this forum isn't full of trolls, and I think most of us on here genuinely want this to be a success. So do yourself a huge favour, delay the launch and spend more time perfecting the detail and conducting in depth research. You have done the right thing coming on here, that is good, but currently you are trying to run before you can even walk. First impressions count, and so far we have seen a photo of a studio which might just as well be in a garage, a logo which frankly resembles something of a poor attempt at copying Store Twenty One, and talk of a format which is modeled on emulating Ideal World. Now that is out of the way; let's start again. Okay? You need a closed preview section of the website. You need to put together a panel of potential viewers and customers, people who can help shape the future of your venture. Put a sample of potential products on the closed preview site, and ask the panel to rate their likelihood of purchasing that product, the price they are willing to pay etc. Research, research, research. Next comes trust. You need to gain trust and confidence, and then keep this trust and confidence. Good. Next is giving me a reason to want to tune into The Mall and watch your Outlet Channel broadcasts. At the moment I skip past it, never give it a moments notice. What are you going to do to change my viewing habits and attract my interest, keep my interest and then translate that into sales? The founding members of of Sit-Up had the experience of running large TV platforms, they knew the shopping TV market too, and they knew how to stand out and be different by taking risks. But those were different times. Sky customers had their boxes hooked up to landlines, and ADSL broadband was still being rolled out, was running about 512 Kbps, and mobile data was slow and expensive. We are living in a connected society now, and the customer is not afraid to research products and look for better prices elsewhere. For your TV venture to survive, you need to change your approach a bit. Outlet Channel should become My Outlet Channel. Make the viewer/customer the core part of the business. Give them reason to tune in and buy. Give them reason to take pride in their channel, give them the confidence in it. This is where it gets interesting. Your job now is to change my mind, and to prove me wrong. Make it so I come back here in a few weeks time praising you for your huge success, and thanking you for not being like the other channels, but for actually listening to the feedback given on this forum. Good. All that is left for me to say now is I look forward to working with you and supporting your development, progress, achievements and success.


Maybe next time use the positive sandwich method bud? ;-)

ryan91
17-05-2014, 08:11 PM
Thanks Ryan.... I'll watch out for your C.V!

Haha thanks Ross :)
I really do think this could be something very exciting, definitely the right approach and with the right products? Could be on to a winner :)

Greg
19-05-2014, 05:46 PM
Nice to see someone representing a shopping channel communicating with people on here. Bid were notorious for their silence and deleting postings and people from heir facebook.

dimples1974
20-05-2014, 06:50 PM
If i was stuck in a lift with Lisa Brash,my beautiful teeth would be ruined by chewing the hell out of it................sorry but i cannae see what all the fuss is about with her.:mysmilie_50:

Dave
20-05-2014, 07:51 PM
If i was stuck:mysmilie_59:n a lift with Lisa Brash,my beautiful teeth would be ruined by chewing the hell out of it................sorry but i cannae see what all the fuss is about with her.:mysmilie_50:

I totally agree, I think they may need some one to put a positive spin on it! Now where is Max Clifford when you need him?:mysmilie_59:

Mommabear
21-05-2014, 01:24 PM
I think they've snapped her up as she supposedly has a large fanbase :mysmilie_506:

mr tom
21-05-2014, 01:43 PM
I think they've snapped her up as she supposedly has a large fanbase :mysmilie_506:

she does. in terms of bid presenters and social media.

dimples1974
21-05-2014, 10:29 PM
I think they've snapped her up as she supposedly has a large fanbase :mysmilie_506:

I think she just wants on Geordie Shore and i know she has thousands of friends on Facebook so could I if i wanted to,but i dinnae feel the need to air my durty knickers to the world :).:mysmilie_43:

Greg
24-05-2014, 09:31 AM
Lisa Brash looks really nice on the Outlet Facebook page. I hope she will just be herself and not do all that histrionic stuff that Sit-up used to make her do xx :sun:

Docswife
26-05-2014, 08:04 PM
I totally agree, I think they may need some one to put a positive spin on it! Now where is Max Clifford when you need him?:mysmilie_59:

Doing eight years.......