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Mittwoch, 11. Mai 2011, 20:02

Idylle im Big Brother Garten

Entspannte Idylle im Big Brother Haus: Ingrid und Valencia lästern in aller Seelenruhe über die angehende Managerin Hedia, Tim (!) bastelt Hanteln aus leeren Wasserflaschen und Sand, Wasserfrosch Cosimo zieht gemütlich seine Runden im Pool, Hedia unterhält die drei Exil-Bewohner im Strafbereich mehr oder weniger gut und Rayo ist dabei gemeinsam mit seinem Engel in neue Sphären abzuheben.


alle Fotos: :arrow: http://www.bigbrother.de/cms/front_conte…art=399&start=8

Großes haben auch Timmy und Lisa vor. Gemeinsam bauen sie seine Sandburg – besser gesagt sie versuchen es. Bewaffnet mit Gartenschlauch, Surfbrett, Schaufel, Kochtopf, Eierbeicher und einer Blechdose starten sie ihr Vorhaben. Gut, dass diese beiden nicht auch das Big Brother Haus gebaut haben….


http://www.bigbrother.de/cms/front_conte…t=115&idart=381