Thursday, 1 September 2016

Innuendo

Candice- a star in the making

Episode 2 of The Great British Bake Off had some cracking double entendres
Mel flirted with the camp Rav about how stiff his icing was with the purr " Can I warm your bag with my hands?"
Mary agreed to do a bit of carpet munching
And best of all, when Candice brought forward her model gingerbread pub , she asked Mel to  help with the call " Can you come and grab my jugs?" ( jugs of ale of course)
Thoroughly British
Thoroughly filthy
and Thoroughly funny! 

22 comments:

  1. When my son read Keith Richard's memoir, he said, "I love it. It's so British. So sweet and so dirty."
    You reminded me of that.

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    1. How is the storm?

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    2. Not much at this point. We don't expect things to get exciting until around 2:00 a.m. My hope is that I sleep right through it.

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  2. hee hee hee! so has the prof ever offered to "warm your bag with his hands"?

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    1. Im a lady, i couldnt possibly comment

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    2. Anonymous10:14 am

      You usually do, in fact, you seem to delight in stupid inane replies to inane and juvenile comments
      D.

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    3. My, my, why so hateful, D.?

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  3. I don't quite know how carpet munching would arise as a double entendre in a baking show. I would have thought a reference to licking the bowl would have been much more likely.

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    1. The carpet in question was the " floor" of a gingerbread pub

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  4. Thanks for providing yet more reasons for not watching such sugary crap.

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  5. Our fav show! Unless we get this season soon, I will not be able to look at any more of your reports on TGBBO.
    i don't want to ruin the excitement!!

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  6. "... when Candice brought forward her model gingerbread pub , she asked Mel to help with the call " Can you come and grab my jugs?""

    I don't know what to say .. except I did not say that.

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    1. Notice how the camera panned to the young ginger chap grinning

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    2. I noticed that too

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  7. She sounds like a worthy successor to Talbot Rothwell, scriptwriter of the later (and better) 'Carry Ons'.

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  8. Hard to imagine that Mary Berry could have realised what she was actually saying!
    A parade of double-entendres like that is the sort of thing that makes Bake Off so much more entertaining than Masterchef, which takes itself far too seriously.

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  9. Love it. An Extra Slice is fab too. Us Brits love our cake.

    Arilx

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  10. Loved it. So far Candice is my favourite to win - but as we know from previous years, anythingcan happen. Do you think the innuendo is always intended or does it just emerge? I often wonder.

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  11. I think it was intended, and it was indeed very Carry on funny.

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  12. There is a huge poster advert here in Bath featuring a pretty woman and a carpet cleaner. I can't remember the exact wording, but it says something like, 'Get deep down in your rug.' I don't think they meant it.

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    1. Trust me - someone at the ad agency wanted to see if they could get away with it

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  13. I've been able to watch the Bake Off on Youtube a day or two after it airs...I love it. Television in the UK is much superior to US. So many great programs.

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