Any seasoned Love Island fan understands that a showcase of swearing is just something that comes as part of the ITV2 series package.
Most Islanders make Gordon Ramsay look like a saint the way they spout the F word. They’re dropping C-Bombs like they’re going out of fashion and aren’t afraid to get creative with their expletives, either.
So for any sensitive souls out there, ear defenders at the ready, because although this show is called Love Island, arguments always get heated.
i was demanded by a 7 year old to stop watching love island because she could hear the swearing while she was bungee jumping her dolls from the stairs so that’s my tuesday night
— sweet bitch (@erinlizakell) July 17, 2018
This season’s cast looks to be no different from past Islanders.
In a recent episode an argument between Dani Mas Dyer, Georgia Steel and Jack Fincham ended with Jack calling Georgia ‘a little sh*t’ twice as she walked away.
It looks like the series four cats just can’t keep their cool!
From Eyal Booker to Samira Mighty, Georgia and even the resident Love Island Doctor, swearing has been a prominent feature in the series.
Watching Alex get angry and swearing is hilarious, calm down doc 😂 #LoveIsland
— Jamie Macgregor (@m1ndspeak5truth) June 25, 2018
However, an onslaught of swearing is nothing new under the Majorca sun.
Let’s face it, the language has been foul in series one, two and three.
I really can't stand Liv. Reckon she could ever say a sentence without swearing?! Dirty mouth and no morals 😷😷 #LoveIsland
— Demi (@demiwoodall) July 18, 2017
That’s not to say that their inappropriate yet imaginative phrases aren’t appreciated.
Series three’s Olivia Attwood – AKA self-named ‘f**kboy whisperer’ – can be held responsible for the term ‘Dicksand’ breaking its way onto our TV screens.
Camilla Thurlow kept her comments relatively PG throughout the season, however, even she once referred to herself as a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets!
Camilla is every girl who has ever been ghosted, but with way more class and way less swearing/wine fuelled rage #LoveIsland
— Joanna Ward (@jojoward5) June 28, 2017
Losing Their Heads
Series one star Josh Ritchie flew off the handle when he had to take part in the Love Island baby challenge.
And Jon Clark and Hannah Elizabeth’s tumultuous time in the Love Island villa made for a firework display of swear words pretty much every episode.
Series two was much of the same. But, Kady McDermott wins first prize for her performance in 2017 when Scott Thomas left the villa for a date with Tina Stinnes.
The OG "Cunt Caller" was Kady when she was banished to the hideaway with Olivia after Tina&Liana sent them there to date Scott&Alex. As Tina walked past with Scott, Kady had THE big meltdown in Love Island History brandin Tina a CUNT but not "nastily" 🤷🏻♀️😂
— ᏋᎷᎷᏗ ᏒᎧᏕᎥᏁᏗ 🕊 (@emmarosina) July 10, 2018
Although she never exactly understood what all the fuss was about!
Love how everyone says the C word on #CBB I said it once on Love Island and nearly got my head cut off 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
— Kady Mcdermott (@kadymcdermottx) January 10, 2017
It looks like the language of Love Islanders has been consistently bad over all four series to date.
And they don’t show any signs of slowing down any time soon.
Now, f*ck off!
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