If The Great British Bake Off has taught us anything over the years, it's that anything in the kitchen can sound naughty. Especially bread.
In the past, Bread Week has given us some of the filthiest Bake Off innuendos ever — remember when Prue Leith asked master breadmaker Paul Hollywood whether he'd "floured his finger"? Well, we have a new innuendo champion.
The bakers were up to their naughty innuendos again during Bread Week in Tuesday's episode, as they were challenged to impress Paul and Prue with three distinct loaves.
Rowan Williams was at the centre of controversy last week, so the music teacher was hoping to make a more favourable impression as he prepared a Flavours of Italy soda bread in the Signature Round.
The judges thought there was a bit too much sausage kneaded into the bread, with Matt Lucas cheekily asking: "Do you always like a lot of sausage?"
"I wouldn't care to comment," Rowan replied.
Later, Rowan continued to turn heads when he explained his NSFW strategy for kneading bread, telling Matt that he "thinks in inches" when it comes to dough.
"I think 9.5 inches is quite respectable," Rowan added.
Later, as he was kneading wrinkly bagel dough, he enthusiastically advised: "Whack it!"
It's official: Rowan is the new king of innuendo!
Another gay innuendo #GBBO 😂😂😂 this is the gayest episode of Bake Off to date and I love it! 🌈— Jon Smith (@jonsmithmusic_) October 6, 2020
12 mins to #GBBO and it will be a glorious hour of innuendo that unites the world when it needs it most.— Jamie Feehily (@jamie_lx) October 6, 2020
Our advice is you do you, Rowan… oh, have we done it now too? Sadly, innuendo couldn't save Rowan, as he was eliminated for his bread being "style over substance".
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