Phillip Schofield and Josie Gibson in shock over 'world’s rudest logos' on This Morning
16 March 2022, 14:42 | Updated: 16 March 2022, 14:53
This Morning: Phillip Schofield and Josie Gibson laugh at some of the world’s rudest logos
Warning: These cheeky logos shown on This Morning aren’t for the faint hearted!
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Kicking off the show, Phillip explained the pair had been giggling in the dressing rooms before the show started,
“We’re going to start with something that gave us a bit of a giggle in the make-up room, it’s some rather questionable company logos,” he said.
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Josie continued: “The Australian government have a new logo for their women’s network and some people think it’s a little bit rude, what do you think Phil?”
“I don’t know, I can’t see anything there apart from the Women's Network…” Phil then replied.
He then continued that some publications have since been in search for the ‘rudest logo’, and once you see them in a different light, you can’t un see it.”
The presenters then laughed their way through a string of logos, including the Junior Jazz Dance Classes, which looked a little bit cheeky…
“The heads are the dancers and their arms are outstretched towards each other,” Phillip explained.
There were also some very rude logos in the form of a pizza company’s ‘side dish’ and polish satellite company Mont Sat’s ‘very strong signal’.
The final logo was from a dentist in the Philippines, which definitely shows a patient being treated in a dentist chair…
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Holly was also forced to miss Dancing On Ice last week, with Phil addressing the absence of his presenting partner on Instagram.
Sharing a photo of the pair, he wrote: "Gutted that my mate won't be with me on @dancingonice tonight.
"Get well soon darlin," followed by a love-heart emoji.