So, right here’s the context, The Guardian revealed its ‘greatest catchphrases in television history’ and just like the writer of the article, the most effective words incorporated have been said by men.
Piers Morgan, who as everyone knows, is nearly as vocal on Twitter as the US president Donald Trump, temporarily identified this reality. While the Good Morning Britain host isn’t recognized for leaping to the defence of girls, he reposted the article with the accompanying caption, ‘someone’s getting fired…’.
This tweet resulted in a perfect dialogue on if it is the fault of the journalist himself for ignoring the memorable lady catchphrases or in truth, as one Twitter consumer defined, it “says much more about producers, writers, directors who have failed to provide female actors with enough memorable & seminal characters”.
While the latter could be the case, Susanna Reid used to be fast to reply with an ‘all-female version’ of this listing with mythical words like Edina from Absolutely Fabulous’ ‘Sweetie Darling’, Catherine Tate’s ‘Am I bovvered?’ or even Ann Robinson’s ‘You are the weakest link, goodbye’.
You inform ‘em Susanna!