Love Islands fans are not happy as this year’s contestants continue to use salon lingo as innuendos.
On Wednesday, paramedic Paige Thorne returned from a steamy night in the hideaway with rugby star Jacques O’Neill.
The 24-year-old debriefed with the girls, but only described what happened between the pair using salon-themed lingo.
“We went to the hideaway last night, you know it was just a little massage of the hands to get a feel for somethings,” she told them.
“You know after you get your nails done you get a little cuticles massage and all that kind of thing?”
Newest bombshell Antigoni asked: “Were you happy with the products?,” as Paige blushed in response, “Yeah, of course.”
One viewer tweeted: “I need the definition of a manicure and pedicure and beauty salon explained to me in graphic detail cuz I’m confused.”
I need the definition of a manicure and pedicure and beauty salon explained to me in graphic detail cuz I’m confused #LoveIsland
— beth pearson stan account (@jananagrace) June 23, 2022
Another stated: “These salon connotations that they’re using isn’t doing it for me. Pick something else,” while a third wrote: “this salon talk is so annoying you were literally spitting drinks in eachothers mouths two days ago you can say the word dick.”
English social media Lewys Ball (@lookingforlewys) also weighed in, writing: “this nail salon manicure pedicure thing is TOO complex for me, it’s giving if jenny had 27 apples and sold 3 at 70% maths gcse question energy.”
Last year, the girls used an NVQ rating to discuss their sexual encounters, whilst the boys used a series of football phrases such as “handball” and “header”.
In the 2018 series of the show, Wes Nelson founded the “Do Bits Society”, a members-only club that Islanders could join when they’d taken the next step in their romance.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media Two.
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