One more thing,what exactly does "if I'm being honest"mean?What happened to "to be honest"?
Lizzie 1:22pm Sat 27 May Report Abuse
What is "yay" all about. They say it on childrens telly too! Another one is "you know what I mean". Sorry bur I don't!!
reuben 8:37pm Thu 25 May Report Abuse
another pet hate.
Also when they end a sentence with the word SO . . . . . as though they are going to say something else but never do.
joanna j 6:30pm Thu 25 May Report Abuse
I totally agree with you,on both points.Also,where has the letter "t" gone,in many people's vocabulary,sloppy talk goes right through me.
Lizzie 5:53pm Thu 25 May Report Abuse
My pet hate
is when people start a sentencewith the word "so". The female contestant has every time she was asked anything. Some also raise their tone at the end of their sentence as if they were asking a question too. Why?? It is not correct grammar!!
reuben 5:38pm Mon 8 May Report Abuse
Like a lot of these quiz shows, it's more about the presenter than the contestants and the actual game of play. They love the sound of their own voice,...put a zip in it fgs!
georgie 1:18pm Fri 5 May Report Abuse
Why does Richard Osman need to explain every answer that a contestant gives and then give unnecessary information about that answer, nodding his head at the same time as if he thinks he is clever
Dala 5:23pm Thu 4 May Report Abuse
Pointless questions app
It would be great to be able to have a Pointless questions screen on a tablet app so that players at home have a longer look at the questions whilst watching the show on telly. Love the show.
rcflier 9:24am Fri 21 Apr Report Abuse
Thanks to Richard
Surely someone at the BBC can ask Alexandra to stop saying Thank you very much Richard every few minutes He never gets thanked by Richard and it makes me cringe I know I keep on about it but it spoils the programme
Edgar again 10:52pm Mon 17 Apr Report Abuse
Tell Richard that "London Bridge" was one of the early titles from Bread.
Know-all 6:46pm Thu 13 Apr Report Abuse