Who said it: Love Island contestant, or Radio 4 presenter?

Love Island has been accused of being trashy and facile, but you may be surprised how similar some of its words of wisdom are to pronouncements by seasoned, serious media heavyweights.

Johnston Press Digital
Created by Johnston Press Digital
On Jun 4, 2018
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"I feel like feminism believes in almost inequality. The majority of feminists believe in almost like a slope towards them and not men."

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"Do you know what, now I look at it, it looks like a nipple. What even is a nipple? I’m asking myself so many questions now."

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"I'm like an Easter egg which has been fridged for too many days - you won't crack me."

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"The good television of today is probably better than the best television of the old days."

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"The viewers see me starting off normal and ending up the size of a double decker."

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"I wouldn't think of myself as a Loose Woman, but I guess I must be to a certain extent."

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"Men don't know much about women. We do know when they're happy. We know when they're crying, and we know when they're pissed off. We just don't know in what order these are gonna come at."

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"Do we want a big, strong, capable geezer? Sometimes we do!"

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"I just hope I don't f*** it all up. I suppose I could do so at any moment, couldn't I? It could happen here, now."

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"I can do the crab! Not when I'm out, but if I'm at a house party, I might pop that one out."

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"I think I'm Michael Jackson when I dance, I've got this move like a sidestep. Girls tend to laugh at me. But I don't care."

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"I do have an incredibly large tongue so I usually just whip it out and then people start asking me questions about it."

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