BNOC of the Year: Group 5

This is the final batch of nominees


This your last chance to vote for your favourite BNOCs before the Grand Final, get them in, make it count.

Stephen Johnson

13220117_1189665347734198_367732348_n

“I should win BNOC of the year because … I. NEVER. LOSE. If I should win I’ll probably continue being the same loud annoying cunt I have been since circa 1996 xoxo gossip girl.”

Andeev Dosanjh

13236192_10153450075575047_95999941_n

If I won, I’d celebrate by having a Block G Gowar party and everyone is invited. Different music on each floor – Your everyday music, cheese floor, 80s music floor and a grime floor. Then hopefully at some point during everyone can sing the big fucking Indian chant (if you know, you know.)

Philip Kinahan

11013639_1058896314122037_1215549733559098834_n

“If I were to win BNOC of this year, I would take those nearest and dearest to me for a feast and drinks at Toby Carvery. The reason why I should win because I’m good representative of the student body and Director of Volunteering at Men’s Rugby.”

Umamah Ahmed

13228127_10156957432090173_1147073456_n

“In the famous words of Honey Boo Boo, ‘I always Bring my A game’.”

Hamdi Najib

13245945_10204392736137595_1192716339_n

“Ok, let’s be straightforward, I should win because I am what some would call a “unique individual.” I like food, friends and fun. Not to mention, if you already know me, you must know I am an incredibly weird insomniac. If I win I will always carry on promoting being yourself, whether that be your humour, nationality or sexuality.”

Niall Casson

13249575_10156957437820173_1155663915_n

“Just a small town boy, with a big city dream.” He’s definitely not going to fulfil that in Egham.