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"Bake Off" Just Out Innuendo'd Itself And Nothing Will Save You Now

“If they don’t, the bottom will blow off the top so the top literally falls off.”

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The Great British Bake Off is known, renowned even, for broadcasting unintentional sexual innuendos on British television:

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And it's been getting increasingly intense: Last year, Mary Berry, whilst complimenting Candice's biscuit sculpture of a pub, said that she will "eat a bit of carpet."

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Well, the Bake Off contestants had to make a cottage loaf in this week's episode, and the episode started with this SUPER INTENSE line from baker Stacey.

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And then in the bit of the technical, where Paul and Prue give an outline of how the technicals should be done, it went from 0 to 1,000,000,000 really quick.

The amount of innuendo here is absolutely ridiculous. #GBBO

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Here's what happened:

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IT SOMEHOW GOT EVEN MORE INTENSE THAN THIS.

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I felt like this weeks #GBBO was relatively PG and then Paul started talking about bread and now I need to wash my ears out

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Everything about this is so strange.

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Later in the episode, we also saw a snail Showstopper from Julia that quite honestly looked like a penis.

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God bless The Great British Bake Off.

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CORRECTION

The baker with the super-intense line was Stacey. An earlier version of this post misstated her name.