The Great Pottery Throw Down had even more innuendo than The Great British Bake Off

Who needs soggy bottoms when you have lovely jugs?

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The Great British Bake Off’s soggy bottoms may have left the BBC, but the broadcaster’s got a new star of innuendo bingo: The Great Pottery Throw Down. 

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Yes, instead of listening to Mary Berry proclaim “it’s all in the wrist action”, Throw Down viewers were treated to plenty of clay-making double entendres by host Sara Cox and expert potters Keith Brymer Jones and Kate Malone.

“I like your jugs tremendously”. “I liked her jugs”. “Lovely jugs, all different shapes and sizes”. Literally all the jugs jokes.

And that was just cone week. There’s plenty more jugs on the way.

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The Great Pottery Throw Down is on next Thursday at 8pm