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Old 27-01-2008, 11:37
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MASTERCHEF judge Gregg Wallace was a football hooligan and womaniser. nice to see whatever your background, you get fame, fortune and a TV show.


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Old 27-01-2008, 13:10
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I hate that man - he always speaks with food in his mouth. Disgusting.
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Old 27-01-2008, 16:15
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I rather like him. He makes me laugh and his love for puddings is a joy to behold. So he was a bit daft in the past and made mistakes; so did I. I believe I'm a better person now though and wouldn't ever do things now that I have in the past and I'm sure Mr Wallace is the same. He and John make a great double act and it wouldn't be the same without either one of them there.
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Old 27-01-2008, 17:53
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But what about his lack of eating manners?
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Old 27-01-2008, 18:07
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I rather like him. He makes me laugh and his love for puddings is a joy to behold. So he was a bit daft in the past and made mistakes; so did I. I believe I'm a better person now though and wouldn't ever do things now that I have in the past and I'm sure Mr Wallace is the same. He and John make a great double act and it wouldn't be the same without either one of them there.
Yeah so what that was ages ago and hell yeah id do him!
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Old 27-01-2008, 18:19
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But what about his lack of eating manners?
I think he's enjoying his food too much to care. In the heat of the moment, when scoffing a good pudding down, it's all too easy for manners to go hurtling through the window. I chuckle when I see him devouring pudding at breakneck speed whilst trying to speak.
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Old 27-01-2008, 18:35
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Is this the "ingredients expert" chappy?
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Old 27-01-2008, 18:38
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Is this the "ingredients expert" chappy?
That's the one!
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Old 27-01-2008, 18:44
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Nothing to do with his manners, or lack thereof - but I cannot stand him (or his companion). It is totally irrational, because I cannot put my finger on an exact reason - but everytime its on the box, I have the feeling that I'd love to use them both as leg exercisers.
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Old 27-01-2008, 22:34
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No surprise, don't think much of him anyway and don't understand why anyone would either.
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Old 28-01-2008, 13:02
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For a bloke who apparently eats out loads he has no manners whatsoever. If I was on Masterchef and he smacked his lips together like that I think i'd have to chin him.
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Old 28-01-2008, 13:05
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Exactly. We do not need to see the contents of his mouth as he chews!
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Old 28-01-2008, 16:28
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I rather like him. He makes me laugh and his love for puddings is a joy to behold. So he was a bit daft in the past and made mistakes; so did I. I believe I'm a better person now though and wouldn't ever do things now that I have in the past and I'm sure Mr Wallace is the same. He and John make a great double act and it wouldn't be the same without either one of them there.
I'm with you on this one. I think they're both fab.
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Old 29-01-2008, 15:16
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I hate that man - he always speaks with food in his mouth. Disgusting.
yes! He is a d1ck! Always chomping on food and making schmacking schounds - i cant stand the way he acts like some real big authority and he says things in threes - how cliched - "Its punchy, its crunchy, its great - you'll go a long way", "Its soggy, its chewy and its undercooked - you can do better" - spray that again...
I think he's enjoying his food too much to care. In the heat of the moment, when scoffing a good pudding down, it's all too easy for manners to go hurtling through the window. I chuckle when I see him devouring pudding at breakneck speed whilst trying to speak.
er, no! Its because he wasnt taught any thats why they go out the window...
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Old 29-01-2008, 19:02
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Is anyone surprised? We've all got a past (in the words of the great Mr Bryant), but he has always come across as an ill-mannered greedy arse, and John Torode as well. Gutsing, greedy pair - no wonder they are both divorced
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