Like tea and biscuits, the Great British Bake Off is never the same without Twitter. We LOVE all your honest reactions to what happens in every GBBO episode and this week was no different.
Here are some of your best Great British Bake Off tweets:
When you start watching GBBO and realise you have no cake or biscuits
You have to have at least shop bought cake!
Or you can be fancy like this guy…
And these just look splendid!
It’s not Great British Bake Off without some polite passive-aggressive thoughts on a contestants choice of ingredients.
You do get some off flavours though…
Really? Flora is totally a 70 year old who has stolen the skin of a 17 year old.
You can really evaluate your baking life goals with watching GBBO (we’d love a chocolate cornflake cake!)
When Twitter really understands who Paul Hollywood is.
Seriously though, he’s an evil genius!
The nation’s confusion on biscotti, but total understanding of history time being cup of tea time.
*still making tea*
When we saw what the technical challenge was to be…
But we still understood that we couldn’t do it ourselves.
Paul Hollywood’s praise never fails to astound us.
We’re also confused by this. Laminate is flooring.
And this tweet won the entire show:
We had to make fun of Marie and her oven fiasco – isn’t she meant to be a professional?
But in reality GBBO is no laughing matter when you lose some biscuits…
When someone realised the true brilliance of this week’s Showstopper.
And someone else summed up Paul Hollywood’s reaction to everyone’s Showstopper ideas.
Two contestants making tea bag shaped biscuits…
The Showstopper was REALLY tough for week two.
And the fact someone was making a fondant (infondant?) baby was terrifying.
Oh Alvin! You nearly made us cry. Just say it’s an Ikea flat-pack box!
And then it was the end…
Bye bye Marie!
We can hardly wait for bread week next Wednesday!