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Great British Bake Off Drinking Game

In knead of a game to prove you’ve been bread for drinking?

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We didn’t come up with this beauty all by ourselves. In fact, the inspiration came from James Morton’s blog. James is the Scottish fair isle-clad one, yes. The one we all fancy. Get some friends round, some baked goods and enjoy!

Drink one (lady) finger

– When the words ‘soggy bottom’, ‘good bake’, ‘good crumb’ are mentioned

– If Paul criticises a bake, with an additional two fingers if Mary follows with a tactful yet backhanded compliment

– When the presenters say ‘bake’ in an unnecessarily stupid register

– When the presenters eat something

– When there’s a close up of a contestant doing an odd facial expression

 

Drink two (sponge) fingers

– For every intended double entendre or innuendo from Mel and Sue

– For each individual disaster in the technical bake

– For every montage with animals

– When Paul scrapes the bottom of a bake with his knife

– If someone blames the weather for ruining baking conditions

 

Drink three (iced) fingers

– For every unintended double entendre from Mary, Paul or the contestants

– When someone pleads or prays in front of an oven

– Every time Mary gives a silent but clearly disapproving glance

– If Mary is wearing something shocking yet hip

 

Chin your drink

– Every time a contestant cries

– If someone drops or throws a cake on the floor

– If Paul Hollywood really rates a bake (must use one of: genius, beautiful, love, amazing, fantastic, brilliant, perfect)

 

 

  • Will

    This is truly amazing! X