The Great British Bake Off has become famous for its saucy sayings - here's 10 of the best
The Great British Bake Off has become famous for its saucy sayings - here's 10 of the best.
Are you as addicted to The Great British Bake Off as we are at goodtoknow? If you're a fan, you can't help but notice the large amount of innuendos on the show. Phrases like "soggy bottom" and "perfectly moist" are now part of the Bake Off lingo - there's even an official Bake Off book called How to Avoid a Soggy Bottom.
Cheeky presenters Mel and Sue have a brilliant ability to say things like "keep an eye on your jugs" with a straight face. Judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry are just as bad. Mary Berry may be the queen of baking, but she's responsible for some of the naughtiest remarks on the show, with comments like "there it is looking perfectly stiff".
Read on for our pick of the 10 best Bake Off innuendos...
"Keep an eye on your jugs."
"That's how you get those irregular-shaped balls."
"I'm looking forward to giving you one!"
Beware the "soggy bottom". This cheeky phrase is now a regular part of the Bake Off lingo, as contestants try to avoid damp undersides to their cakes and bakes.
Mary's naughty remark
"Your lovely sausage!"
"Time to slap those baps down."
Mary strikes again
"I've got the taste of nuts coming through."
"Bakers are doing their best to get an extra inch."
"There it is looking perfectly stiff."
"There's a lot of moisture in there...that's why it wets the finger."
For more giggles, check out the YouTube video of Hugh Jackman and Billy Crystal reading out Mary and Paul's best lines.
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