TV Guy Keeps His Toys in a Bowl

apples-pearsDaily Mirror – Which daytime TV presenter uses sex toys to spice up his love life? The vibrating contraption was spotted in a bowl next to his apples and pears. Who’s a fruity boy, then?

BG Note: Will our wonderful English readers please explain Chitty Chitty to the unenlightened? We’ll stand you a pig if you do!

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  1. Sundaeg1rl says

    Chitty Chitty? As in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? As in the car/musical?

    Apples & pears is Cockney Rhyming slang for stairs – might not be in a fruitbowl!

    Graham Norton’s a night-time presenter. This could be one of the following:

    Paul O’Grady
    Philip Schofield
    Alastair Appleton

    But to be fair, the last two seem a bit nice to be messing with sex toys. But you never know!!!

  2. Sundaeg1rl says

    Oh wait, I’m pretty convinced now that it’s Paul O’Grady, as he was in a recent stage production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Search for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on the Mirror site and Paul comes up! Bingo!

    We could always e-mail his show on Radio 2 for confirmation!

  3. Maybee says

    Does BG mean that Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is slang for Cockney Rhyming Slang? I’m not English though, so I could be missing the point. Please don’t hit me.

  4. Trinkvasser says

    Paul O’Grady played the Childcatcher in a West End version. Doesn’t surprise me that he would do this kind of thing too.

    CCBB is also cockney rhyming slang for … well – cockney rhyming slang. Septics have a lot to learn. 😉

  5. YOUR MOTHER says

    and what about explaining: “We’ll stand you a pig if you do!”

    (my first language isn’t English, don’t hate)

  6. Sundaeg1rl says

    Oh, also, fruity means gay which Paul O’ Grady is. Unless anyone can think of a Cockney daytime presenter.

    Oh God. It’s not Dale Winton, is it? He’s from London! Please, pass the mindbleach!

  7. Rafael says

    I think this must obviously be Alastair Appleton. All the fruit reference makes it seem obvious.

  8. E says

    The king of day-time TV is Philip Schofield..it would be really suprising if it were him as he seems so clean-cut, and nice.

    • Trinkvasser says

      Schofield has a dirty sense of humour. He used to call Ferne ‘minty minge’ as a nickname. Or just Minty – on air.