To wonder what was the point in the gratuitous well endowed washer woman was all about in Poland's Eurovision entry

(83 Posts)
Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 20:58:43

Given probably the 80% of the males watching Eurovision are gay and the rest are only watching under duress, what was the busty washer woman all about?

CorusKate Sat 10-May-14 21:00:48

My (straight) DP likes to watch Eurovision. Hasn't missed one since we've been living together.

Caitlin17 Sat 10-May-14 21:01:33

I hadn't thought of that but you're right bit of a wasted effort. I've not liked anything so far apart from Norway.

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:02:01

My straight DH perked up during that song it has to be said!

CorusKate Sat 10-May-14 21:03:31

He's straight, I'm bi. Conversation dried up a little, I have to say.

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:04:41

PMSL corus!

LIZS Sat 10-May-14 21:04:49

omg , one scrubbing, another pumping ! Even ds (16) commented that it was pornographic!

I must admit I did think "WTAF Poland?!" When I saw the busty butter churner clearly gearing up for more than churning butter confused

Bettercallsaul1 Sat 10-May-14 21:06:04

I don't know but Poland's entry just set the feminist cause back a hundred years!

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:06:59

Jeez, I thought the pumping and the washing was the same woman- I guess the idea was to detract from their faces- it worked!

MrsGoslingWannabe Sat 10-May-14 21:07:36

DP said he was looking forward to seeing them again after seeing them on the semi-final thing the other night sad

Purplepoodle Sat 10-May-14 21:07:56

OH commented that butter churning women was like something out of an old porno lol

I know this is (only slightly) off topic but my favourite Eurovision entry was one by Spain a couple of years ago called baila cheeky cheeky or something like that. Oh my god. The dancers! Me and (then) DP were crying laughing, one of them fell over and was hobbling for the rest of the act. I think it was staged but I swear it was the funniest thing I've ever seen!

Aliceinvodkaland Sat 10-May-14 21:11:13

who was that gratuitous man on the hamster wheel, I nearly got a crick in my neck confused

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:13:35

Now if hamster wheel man had been less well clothed I'm sure most of the audience wouldn't have minded!

UncleT Sat 10-May-14 21:13:40

I've been to the Eurovision, with a girlfriend. There were plenty of other blokes there with girlfriends too BTW. I was actually quite shocked at how non-stereotypical the crowd seemed, the same going for the crowds all over town out enjoying the party. Honestly, it was good fun.

Aliceinvodkaland Sat 10-May-14 21:14:27

I was hoping he would fall...is that bad hmm

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:16:20

Eurovision is beyond a joke as a music competition now- just listen to the boos for Russia- but it is still fun to watch.

Caitlin17 Sat 10-May-14 21:16:23

The hamster wheel was a nice touch.

Pobblewhohasnotoes Sat 10-May-14 21:17:58

It really is particularly bad this year.

Bearbehind Sat 10-May-14 21:19:39

It's horrendous - that's why it's fun!

CorusKate Sat 10-May-14 21:20:31

I dunno, that moustache one was pretty good grin

Pobblewhohasnotoes Sat 10-May-14 21:28:42

Now everyone hates Russia will we do better this year?

CorusKate Sat 10-May-14 21:30:01

You obviously haven't heard our song, Pobble.

<shakes head>

katmat3 Sat 10-May-14 21:30:16

Some countries are showing their ...hmmm...abilities grin

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