Annoying things certain TV personalities say far, far too often

but aren’t catchphrases

This is inspired by me not being able to ignore how often John Torode describes a meal as ‘a wonderful, wonderful thing’ or ‘a lovely, lovely thing’

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Torode - “A lovely, lovely thing” was exactly what was in my mind when I read the thread title.

Gordon ‘Rambo’ Ramsey - “Damn”

paxman: ‘COME ON!’

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It’s very annoying but what is good is his obvious and justified hatred of gregg wallace

He was best man at (one of) his wedding(s)

damn, damn, damn!

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Have started to notice that when Glenn Hoddle is co-commentating that he will always say something like “He’s really good” or “That was really skilful” and follow it with “He really really is” or “it really really was”.

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Well I doubt gregg Wallace has many friends (imo gregg thinks they’re pals but torode fucking hates him)

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A lovely, lovely headline

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Every time Richard Keogh is interviewed by Radio Derby he is guaranteed to start one of his responses to a question with the phrase “Yeah-no- like you say”

Andy ‘Better’ Townsend

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Dara O’Briain or Graham Norton after delivering a punchline:

#AHHHHHHHHH

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Not for me, Clive.

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Just realised that Glenn Hoddle is Frank Sidebottom.

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I absolutely love him

:smiley: enjoyed that way more than i should have. that smugface freeze frame/zoom/toploader at the end killed me

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