Great British Bake Off 2015: Best innuendos of all-time... from 'perfect nuts' to 'erect biscuits'

Hurry home to catch the next batch of dirty jokes on BBC1 tonight

Click to follow
The Independent Culture

Those unfamiliar with the BBC's much-loved baking contest could be forgiven for thinking it's all about pastries and Victoria sponges. But think again, Great British Bake Off newbies, for it's the cheeky innuendos that are the cherries on most viewers' cakes.

Judge Mary Berry may look the picture of innocence as she ices her buns, complains about soggy bottoms and sings The Sound of Music, but much of her critique (about a contestant's "perfect nuts" and so forth...) had Twitter going wild last series, and we can expect more of the same this time around.

Are you a star baker or a soggy bottom? Take our GBBO quiz

It's not just Mary of course. Presenters Mel and Sue are brimming over with dirty jokes, while co-judge Paul Hollywood can rarely conceal his knowing smirk.

Before we get our next batch of fresh innuendos when the new series starts tonight, let's take a look back at some of our favourites from last year:

The Great British Bake Off series six starts tonight on BBC1 at 8pm. One reason to cancel your evening plans and get back home before the Tube strike.

Comments