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Florian 15-01-2013 16:20

Philip Schofield and his catchphrase "... is a friend to no-one"
 
Why does he feel the need to use this stupid phrase every other sentence?

i4u 15-01-2013 16:36

Bet he can list all his friends on one cue card.

degsyhufc 15-01-2013 20:20

and he would have downloaded those from the web

Gareth_Cartman 15-01-2013 20:40

Hadn't noticed any frequent use of that phrase....have always found him to be a pleasant, competant,fair minded and also good humoured presenter...would imagine has as many friends as he wants.

Cassy990 15-01-2013 20:45

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Originally Posted by Gareth_Cartman (Post 63604202)
Hadn't noticed any frequent use of that phrase....have always found him to be a pleasant, competant,fair minded and also good humoured presenter...would imagine has as many friends as he wants.

It has been said many times before on This Morning, usually during the food segments. I remember one occasion where Phil Vickery got properly pee'd off that Holly and Phil went into a state of giggles at the line and he couldn't be heard.

degsyhufc 15-01-2013 21:01

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Originally Posted by Gareth_Cartman (Post 63604202)
Hadn't noticed any frequent use of that phrase....have always found him to be a pleasant, competant,fair minded and also good humoured presenter...would imagine has as many friends as he wants.

Always? ;)

CocaCola 15-01-2013 21:49

I never get why people continue to watch a programme when they dislike its leading presenter so much...

NewExample 16-01-2013 05:22

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Originally Posted by i4u (Post 63598209)
Bet he can list all his friends on one cue card.

Well surely anyone could?

MaidyC 16-01-2013 12:07

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Originally Posted by Florian (Post 63597902)
Why does he feel the need to use this stupid phrase every other sentence?

I'm not sure of the exact story but it's to do with a female guest they had on the show who wasn't wearing underwear and so they could see everything. A few days later when in the kitchen I think they were making Kebabs he made the comment 'a dry kebab is a friend to no one' him and Holly cried with laughter thinking back to the previous guest who had no underwear on. Philip was explaining it on Celeb Juice a few months back :)

cynet 16-01-2013 18:49

Phillip Schofield has got way to big for his boots especially after the fine ITV got for his incompetent way he dealt with the list of so called alleged sex offenders he got of the digital spy forums.

I would have sacked the goon straight away for being the plonker he is in the fact that he thought he was untouchable and could do anything he likes, something Jimmy Saville use to do with his so called god like fame.

These TV people and there catch phrases are just morons trying to impress the dumb people who watch shows like this morning.

whatever54 16-01-2013 19:15

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Originally Posted by MaidyC (Post 63615354)
I'm not sure of the exact story but it's to do with a female guest they had on the show who wasn't wearing underwear and so they could see everything. A few days later when in the kitchen I think they were making Kebabs he made the comment 'a dry kebab is a friend to no one' him and Holly cried with laughter thinking back to the previous guest who had no underwear on. Philip was explaining it on Celeb Juice a few months back :)

:D that made me laugh, I didn't even know 'friend to no-one' was his little catchphrase

robertaloud30 17-01-2013 21:29

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Originally Posted by MaidyC (Post 63615354)
I think they were making Kebabs he made the comment 'a dry kebab is a friend to no one' him and Holly cried with laughter thinking back to the previous guest who had no underwear on.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJl3_sdoEQc

rumours are it was kirsty allsopp but i dont think that is true lol

aligail 23-01-2013 11:59

Did you see him yesterday morning on This Morning - telling Gino that he was wrong to say that butter was made from milk - complete nonsense I think he said! Someone behind the camera must have corrected him because he did apologise and admit he was wrong - which amazed me !
Someone has posted it on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xC4ZX6weoU

Sloopy 23-01-2013 14:15

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Originally Posted by cynet (Post 63622730)
Phillip Schofield has got way to big for his boots especially after the fine ITV got for his incompetent way he dealt with the list of so called alleged sex offenders he got of the digital spy forums.

I would have sacked the goon straight away for being the plonker he is in the fact that he thought he was untouchable and could do anything he likes, something Jimmy Saville use to do with his so called god like fame.

These TV people and there catch phrases are just morons trying to impress the dumb people who watch shows like this morning.

He pretty much got away with it unscathed......he didn't even have the balls to make his own on-air apology.

It's surprising just how much of a pr*ck he has become.

i4u 23-01-2013 14:45

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Originally Posted by aligail (Post 63791951)
Did you see him yesterday morning on This Morning - telling Gino that he was wrong to say that butter was made from milk - complete nonsense I think he said! Someone behind the camera must have corrected him because he did apologise and admit he was wrong - which amazed me !
Someone has posted it on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xC4ZX6weoU

And Holly finally opens her gob and cynically chips in with.... "We don't hear that often, do we."

degsyhufc 23-01-2013 16:45

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Originally Posted by aligail (Post 63791951)
Did you see him yesterday morning on This Morning - telling Gino that he was wrong to say that butter was made from milk - complete nonsense I think he said! Someone behind the camera must have corrected him because he did apologise and admit he was wrong - which amazed me !
Someone has posted it on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xC4ZX6weoU

I'd be more interested to know what he thought it was made of :eek: :confused:

dorydaryl 23-01-2013 18:08

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Originally Posted by i4u (Post 63795264)
And Holly finally opens her gob and cynically chips in with.... "We don't hear that often, do we."

Shame she doesn't do it more often!

warleywitch 23-01-2013 18:42

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Originally Posted by Gareth_Cartman (Post 63604202)
Hadn't noticed any frequent use of that phrase....have always found him to be a pleasant, competant,fair minded and also good humoured presenter...would imagine has as many friends as he wants.

Me too.

jamtamara 24-01-2013 16:36

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Originally Posted by degsyhufc (Post 63797662)
I'd be more interested to know what he thought it was made of :eek: :confused:

I know!

I would have thought that butter not made from milk is a friend to no-one.

Victoria Sponge 24-01-2013 20:59

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Originally Posted by aligail (Post 63791951)
Did you see him yesterday morning on This Morning - telling Gino that he was wrong to say that butter was made from milk - complete nonsense I think he said! Someone behind the camera must have corrected him because he did apologise and admit he was wrong - which amazed me !
Someone has posted it on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xC4ZX6weoU

Yeah what a dipshit! And he said it like he's some Mr Know It All. Talking to Gino like he's a retard. Damn fool.

CocaCola 24-01-2013 21:16

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Originally Posted by Victoria Sponge (Post 63832804)
Yeah what a dipshit! And he said it like he's some Mr Know It All. Talking to Gino like he's a retard. Damn fool.

You peasants read far too much into these kind of moments...


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