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"It looks very nice on top, and I just hope that's replicated underneath" Mary Berry got involved with the innuendo while judging the pies in week seven "Go on Mary, give it a good slapping" In a glut of filo pastry-related smut, it was judge Paul Hollywood's cheeky encouragement to Berry's demonstration which won in week four, season four • Mary Berry: ‘The Great British Bake Off is a doddle’ "I feel like I've been on Glenn's Helter Skelter" Bake Off finalist Frances referred to a fellow contestant's signature bake after an emotional contest in week five • Why Bake Off is the best advert for melting-pot Britain "Time to stop fiddling with Charlotte now" Perkins called time on the contestants' efforts to make a Charlotte Royale in week nine, season four "I'm going to try the old wiggling between two dangling things technique" Contestant Glenn explains his unusual baking practice in week three, season four "Oh no, you have some irregular-shaped balls" A classic piece of criticism from Mary Berry “He loves his buns” Berry tells the viewers something new about Hollywood, a professional baker, in week six, season four “It’s all in the wrist action” Mary discusses whisking techniques "Get those lady’s fingers soggy!
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Last Thursday, Facebook upped their emoji game to better represent its diverse user-base with your choice or skin tone and gender (all of which appear in the messaging app once it’s been updated with the most recent patch).
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You've had a great day, Nancy" Nancy receives the ultimate compliment in week one "You have got two hours to pop Mary's cherry..." The second half of this quote from Sue was: "..the oven, and bring it out again.