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10 best innuendos of The Great British Bake Off series 6

12:40 25 September 2015

Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood (Love Productions/Mark Bourdillon)

Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood (Love Productions/Mark Bourdillon)

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Champion of the innuendo, Bake Off nurtures the British ability to find hilarity in double entendre – we pick the top 10 suggestive one-liners to tickle the British sense of humour

Nadiya (Love Productions)Nadiya (Love Productions)

 The BBC cookery show brings the culinary highs and lows of its talented bakers to pre-watershed televisions across the country – it encourages viewers to bake along, learn about vintage cooking methods and most importantly, showcases some of the best cake-related puns and naughty one-liners we’ve heard. Here are 10 times that Bake Off made us laugh at gateaux, sponge and cream horns.

 1. Paul Hollywood: “We’ve got 12 contestants to break in.”


 2. Stu Henshall: “I’m not going to keep it up.”


 3. Sue Perkins: “15 minutes till you give Paul the horn!”


 4. Sue Perkins: “Right bakers time to reveal your cracks.”


 5. Paul Hollywood on Sandy: “Her box was beautiful.”


 6. Mat Riley: “My wife says always leave it in for 10 minutes extra.”


 7. Nadia Hussain on her snake: “He’s enormous, so I think after doing him 6 times the trick is to keep him small to begin with.”


 8. Mel Giedroyc: “I can’t wait to romp in your forest, Ian.”


 9. Mary Berry: “Fill the horn right to the bottom – so that you enjoy it to the last mouthful.”


 10. Mel to Alvin Magallanes: “How do you fan your plums?”

 Alvin: “I just lay them on top.”


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