The Great British Bake Off is moving from BBC1 to Channel 4 after a new deal was struck with Love Productions, and there have been some ever so British reactions to this news, including, but not limited to, talk of tea…
Being sure to include a baking pun while reacting to the news.
— ron cameron (@Radio_Ron) September 13, 2016
Reporting that one’s wife won’t be watching.
— Jonathan M. Ratcliff (@JRatcliff01) September 13, 2016
Boiling over with anger… but still remembering to star out the swear words.
— Roxy Appleton (@roxyappleton_) September 13, 2016
Bringing tea into it.
— Pez (@thePeriJane) September 12, 2016
Making an educational joke.
— Doug P (@potterwigham) September 13, 2016
Adding that extra bit of personal info into things.
— Mary H (@mary_hesar) September 13, 2016
Immediately turning to thoughts of gardening:
— ?ClockworkDolly ? (@clockwork_dolly) September 12, 2016
Refusing to miss an opportunity.
— Cater Cash (@Catercash) September 13, 2016
That ability to be oh so happy and then oh so miserable in a matter of minutes.
Up early this morning, making 40 odd Madeleine's for Nep-Hoos birthday. Happy days!
Then I hear about #bakeoff …. Not happy days at all!
— Quinn (@QuinnLovesLolly) September 12, 2016
Not being quite sure what to say so having a little stamp about instead.
— Catherine Ronald (@CatR_tweets) September 12, 2016
Turning to Alan Partridge in this very difficult time.
— Anthony Jones (@anttheeditor) September 12, 2016
Not being altogether sure about who to be most angry at, but knowing you’re angry.
Oh no! #Bakeoff is moving to Channel 4! I have nothing against C4 but it just won't be the same…
— Sarah Caisley (@simbatoast) September 12, 2016
And finally, in the face of such adversity, a determination to be upbeat and chipper.
Why's it such a big deal about #bakeoff leaving the BBC? Surely as long as we get to watch it still that's all that matters?
— Tam (@TamCleverly) September 13, 2016