If they won £1000 they were going to blow the lot on a slap up meal in London and a bottle of whiskey. Glad that they didn't win.
poison ivy. 6:02pm Thu 22 Jun Report Abuse
There is such a word as prile, the meaning is as the contestant stated. Pointless got it wrong
Sha 5:44pm Mon 5 Jun Report Abuse
I hate it when they call everyone mate. I am not and never will be! I also knew I was getting older when I started getting called darling and sweatheart in shops. Worst still when your addressed by your first name only. Stop it!
georgie 8:08pm Sun 28 May Report Abuse
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