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ImperialBlether Sun 31-Jul-16 21:06:04

Anyone watching?

As soon as someone says 5%, my heart sinks.

EveryoneElsesMumSaidYes Sun 31-Jul-16 21:11:58

This guy looks shifty as fuck

Getit Sun 31-Jul-16 21:20:11

He's a complete narcissist

EveryoneElsesMumSaidYes Sun 31-Jul-16 21:20:20

An evolved dragon? He's been playing too much Pokemon hmm

ImperialBlether Sun 31-Jul-16 21:21:22

I wouldn't have wanted to work with him, either.

ImperialBlether Sun 31-Jul-16 21:32:49

How much did Touker get on the last deal - the cables?

ThymeForTea Sun 31-Jul-16 21:34:45

Not keen on the mad looking woman.
When Deborah was saying that it wasn't her area, she did a perfect example of something that baffles me

Nodded to agree wth Deborah, which seems odd. If you are still hoping she will invest, nodding to agree with an inane smile that she doesn't have the knowledge doesn't seem the way to go confused

CrossfireHurricane Sun 31-Jul-16 21:54:18

I very often think that also!

Oh dear, now sob stories and back stage families have reached the den - how annoying angry

SheHasAWildHeart Mon 01-Aug-16 14:18:20

They've got a nice mix of Dragon's now, although I am slightly wary of MoonPig man.

SheHasAWildHeart Mon 01-Aug-16 15:43:45

I don't think that Peter and Deborah think much of Touker lol.

tropical1 Tue 02-Aug-16 11:10:27

I like moonpig man, Peter and Deborah, I don't like Touka and I don't think the other dragons do either! I'd be surprised if he stays for many more series tbh.

SheHasAWildHeart Tue 02-Aug-16 11:13:29

Touka reminds me of Tom Jones on the Voice - he's always name dropping. And offering people office space when they don't even need it!

CustardCream1 Wed 03-Aug-16 22:19:00

I find Deborah quite scary but I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that she was lovely to work for and have loads of support to those she invested in. She also seems quite nice in interviews.

SheHasAWildHeart Thu 04-Aug-16 10:12:01

Deborah was absolutely lovely on Strictly.
She's the dragon I'd always choose to go with - she's firm but fair, and extremely loyal. I bet anyone working alongside her would learn lots. I also think she's a great role model.

CustardCream1 Thu 04-Aug-16 11:18:03

I agree, I'd definitely go with Deborah. She's tough but fair, as you say and seems to have integrity. I prefer her to Sarah Willingham. I don't know why but I don't like her, she seems cold and uncaring.

RosieSW Fri 05-Aug-16 00:56:44

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