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July 7th, 2020 under This Morning
This morning on This Morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield learned how to make focaccia bread from Chef Phil Vickery. While that might not be the most exciting thing to watch, Willoughby, like yeast, found a way to get a rise out of the men.

As the Chef was sticking his finger deep into the bread dough, Willoughby said, “Oh, I bet that feels quite nice.” It was an innocent statement, but then Vickery started to laugh. That was when they all realized what she said was very naughty because it looks and, probably, feels like something else a man would poke with his finger in. If that is how he does it, then he is doing it wrong.

Anyways, when Vickery agrees that it feels nice, Schofield reminds him that he has been alone for a long time. Therefore, men, if you are single, and need some action during the lockdown, forget the sourdough bread and make focaccia. You don’t have to cook it unless you are hungry. Although, you might not want to eat it after what you just did to it. Granted, that hasn’t stopped you before…

I wish the morning shows in America were as enjoyable as this one on ITV in London.


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