The Great British Bake Off cake-eating game

Posted at 4:30 pm, January 22, 2013 in Food & Drink, TV
Jo Brand's Desmond Tutu cake

Last night saw the return of ‘The Great British Bake Off’, well, sort of. To help raise money for Comic Relief, 16 celebrities have agreed to bake for the ever judgemental Paul Hollywood and the always complimentary Mary Berry over four nights this week. With comedians, cake and inevitable mishaps, there’s bound to be a flurry of entertainment. But, if you need a bit more oomph for your night in, then we’ve got a game to make tonight’s show far more entertaining. Carly-Ann Clements

You will need:

Cake (biscuits and quiche are acceptable substitutes, as is alcohol)

The rules:

Throw caution to the wind and eat cake as and when we tell you to. You know you want to anyway.

The Game:

Eat a forkful of cake when…

Anyone says ‘soggy bottom’:

Whenever there’s a close up of Mary Berry biting into things:

Whenever the term ‘good bake’ is used and then the food is manhandled:

Eat a chunk of cake whenever…

Anyone mentions Sue Perkins, even in cake form:

Paul Hollywood has to explain a baking term to a celebrity:

Finish your current piece of cake anytime…

Paul Hollywood looks like he’s going to be sick in his mouth:

A celebrity does something cringe worthy like suck up to the judges:

Paul Hollywood cake gif

Lick your plate when…

Any celebrity makes any of these faces:

Whenever you see a woodland creature and you’re afraid you’re going to see its nuts:

If you missed it last night, catch up on Jo Brand’s soggy, buttery bottom and Lorna Watson’s super hot contribution over on BBC iPlayer now or tune into BBC Two tonight at 9pm for the second episode.

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