I watched this one episode of Geordie Shore from ages ago. It's one of the ones that's free if you have Amazon Prime. The new ones are not free. But I think the format is broadly the same as it was in 2012. I was moved to stop and draw during the episode, not once, twice, but in fact four times. So consider this a special. Firstly two drawings of Charlotte Crosby, who is actual linguistic genius. If she has not already been contracted to write children's books she should be. I would buy them. And I don't even have children. She does have her own TV show now though, so I'm glad someone recognised her potential. Here is a video of her having a spiritual and emotional experience meeting an Elephant. I might actually have to draw that as well later. I love her.
She does seem to have an uncanny skill at doing the opposite of what she says she's going to though. Don't know what happened to the metaphorical independent shop women, but then I haven't watched much of the other 10 seasons. Maybe they have expanded and now run a franchise empire. Banking is mostly done online now anyway. I don't know who Crosby has trusted her winnings from 2013 Celebrity Big Brother to, or do they have to give it to charity?
I'm more worried about my own safety if I ever visit Newcastle again. Last time the tan police must not have spotted me, but that may have been helped by the fact I was see through. Holly Hagan may also have distracted them with her actual real life Ariel from the Little Mermaid hair. Unless she is actually Ariel from the little mermaid, having earned her legs by seducing scousers. In which case I think we can safely say she has got a voice this time.
Although the women are the most interesting people on Geordie Shore, the men do sometimes have some canny wisdom to share too. Gaz's cunning ruse of inviting a girl back to the love shed, but only for spooning and cuddles, did indeed pay off and he was able to complete his cutlery collection.
Drama ensued. For another 10 seasons.