Reality TV isn’t my thing, as some of you may already know. That’s a lie; I’m still unsure what you mean. I’m not very smart, especially regarding languages and humour (which is always crud).
Geordie Shore on MTV, on the other hand, is pure, unadulterated entertainment, and I can’t get enough of it these days. It’s easy, silly, and always a surprise.
So, I’ve put together a list of the most memorable lines from the show’s beginning until now. People I went out with talked about it all the time.
Nee – no· Dee – do· Gan – go· Divvin’ – don’t · Doon – down· Toon – Newcastle city centre and Newcastle United FC· Propa – very, really or significantly· Owa – over· Neet – night· Us – me.A little help with the Newcastle slang
- “he’ll wine ya, he’ll dine ya, he’ll sixty-fuckin’-nine ya.” –(Vicky)
- “On a scale from 1 to 10 I’m 4,5 percent fit and 6,5 percent fat! Oh shit, that’s 11! “-(Charlotte)
- “We’re having a mint time in Amsterdam… I’ve always wanted to be in Germany” –(Scottie T)
- “You need to forget about the parsnip and feel them real Mexican coconuts. “-(In Cancun,shopie)
- “I love it when Jay’s drunk. He’s like a big, clumsy, silverback gorilla” –(Charlotte)
- “Never go to the toilet with a scorpion, it’s just a bad idea” – (Charlotte)
- “The lasagne is looking a bit brown, I’m wondering if Joel’s got his fake tan mixed in by mistake” –(James)
- “All I know is once I’ve finished with these Australian girls, Bondi Rescue’s phone is gonna ring off the hook.” – (Gaz)
- “He looks like f**king Crocodile Dundee gone wrong and he smells like the horse he rode in on.” – (James)
There you have it; if you haven’t managed to catch the series, check catch-up and updates on MTV or follow their page! It will super make you laugh!
There is always something! As they say, booze, tashing, banging, and banter .
“Let’s get f***ing mortal!” – Still don’t get why it’s called that….?
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