After getting a rare 2nd chance in the game, she came back, made a big move, and went right back out the next week. A for effort.
First impressions said that Sindy would be a ditzy princess with a grammar problem, but she turned out to be a comp beast who wasn't afraid to speak her mind and make some moves. Respect where respect is due.
Now that you've been evicted a second time, do you regret not taking the $10,000 in the vault? What was going through your mind? No one has ever come back successfully after being evicted, and won, did you think you had what it would take to be the first?
I really thought I had what it takes to be the first person to win. You have all of these dreams and hopes, and you're kinda like "Okay, I could possibly do this". I really thought after flipping the house I could have potentially had a chance of winning that.
In regards to the 10 grand in the vault, I would have NEVERRR took that. When that was an option I was like "No. This is not happening." I worked WAY too hard for me to get into the house and at that point I didn't even have the chance to make that big move yet. I'm not gonna give up and cop-out and take this 10 grand. I know it's a lot of money, but I wanna earn it and not just have it given to me as a prize to get out of the house.
You're now the 2nd member of the Jury, right after you sent Jordan out. I'm sure you're very excited to see him. What kind of juror do you think you'll be, or would you like to be? Will you be voting for the best player or for who you liked most? What do you think you'll base your decision on?
I'd like to think that from what you've seen on the show, that I am a game player, and I will never put my personal feelings as part of my decision. Even though I'm not a big fan of Bobby, if Bobby happens to make his way up to the very very end, and he's played a good game, and made some moves, I will definitely vote for him to win. BUT if he makes his way to end just by sliding through because everyone else was being.... ridiculous... then no, I'm not gonna vote for him.
Evicting Jordan out, hopefully proves that I'm willing to put my personal feelings aside. Obviously I did take into play who approached me when they knew I was on the block, who stayed true friends to me even though I was on there and I knew I was going home, and who would still try and talk game with me and try to work things out. So that will still be in consideration, but by the end of the day, game play and the best player, the BEST PLAYER, should be winning Big Brother. (It should have been me, but you really can't go back in time again).
Going into your eviction last night, it seemed like you most certainly knew your fate, it was no surprise. You said everyone had been playing with a stick up their butt. Why do you think it is that everyone seems so afraid to make any real moves in this game? A lot of big threats seem to be getting ignored and a lot of people are scared to vote against the house making for a LOT of unanimous votes.
Yeah! And it's very, VERY annoying, so I was glad I was able to make one big move going into the house. I think everyone is afraid cause they're afraid for someone else to mess up or make themselves stand out. All the big personalities are already out of the house.
When Naeha left, even though she didn't win any competitions, they knew she was a game player so they took her out. Greg was a very big personality and kind of a loose cannon, they took him out. Johnny, same thing, very loud, outspoken, they took him out. Then there was me as well. So they're just hoping that "If I don't do anything, someone else is gonna be the target just by chance".
Godfrey was gonna be that person because Godfrey is a very outspoken person as well who takes a lot of naps, and they wanted him out. I think not just a lot of big threats are being ignored, but a lot of the floaters are floating around. If these floaters are just gonna be floating around, they're gonna be like "Great! I'm gonna make it to the end. These people are just gonna kill themselves out so I don't have to do a single thing!".
I hope they start to think that it IS possible to go against the house, that it IS possible to play, and I hope they realize that there are 10 of them left, and there's only 4 weeks. STOP SITTING AROUND AND DO THINGS.