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newtobid
20-11-2012, 10:26 AM
i am more and more sure he is a comedy character

on bid now he has a great habit of starting up his blender just as the presenter is trying the hard sell

seems a nice guy actually despite having very little cooking experience

Blue star
20-11-2012, 12:18 PM
Wayne the chef is a " true hero" setting his blender going just when the presenter is going to start lying, come on wayne we need you on the james and mike shows im sure he would burn his blender out !!!

Shoppingmad
20-11-2012, 07:29 PM
I suppose he had to use it sometime during the show:thinking:

Krlsthjckl
23-11-2012, 02:11 PM
He reckons Monkfish is cheaper than Cod yet tastes just the same...

Riiiight.....(!)

Paul_s
23-11-2012, 02:21 PM
He's bloody mental (in a good way) :hi: I know where I'd stick the blender if James and Mike came on :smirk:

Wirral70
23-11-2012, 04:19 PM
He's clearly no more a chef than I am but he seems like a nice chap. He deserves a bit of slack, the poor man had to breathe the same air as the insidious Nicola George today so I hope he hasn't caught anything nasty.

Like her morals :wink:

Krlsthjckl
24-11-2012, 07:29 AM
Its crazy that they cant afford a propper chef or at least someone with a reasonable background in cooking or catering.

I knew from the first moment i spotted Wayne he wasnt a pro-chef, i assumed he was some guy out of the staff canteen but it seems he isnt even that. He is so clumsy, the things he says, the way he cuts things etc

Wirral70
24-11-2012, 07:43 AM
Its crazy that they cant afford a propper chef or at least someone with a reasonable background in cooking or catering.

I knew from the first moment i spotted Wayne he wasnt a pro-chef, i assumed he was some guy out of the staff canteen but it seems he isnt even that. He is so clumsy, the things he says, the way he cuts things etc

I suspect they could afford a real chef however, anyone who wants a credible career wouldn't go near these charlatans as it's professional suicide.

That's my only comfort, these utterly dreadful presenters now have no credibility and no decent company will hopefully touch them with a bargepole. I'm afraid I cannot see Nicola George fulfilling her ambition of performing on Broadway.

Chris lorenzo
24-11-2012, 06:12 PM
Note how wayne the chef after his disastrous results with his halogen now presents a gravy boat after every meal he creates and is all to ready to pour. Anyway i wouldnt trust wayne as far as i could throw him....he conjures up an image of dark s+m, reckon he likes a bit of leather, if any member of bid tv has a "prince albert" waynes ya man .

Price Plunge
24-11-2012, 07:27 PM
Note how wayne the chef after his disastrous results with his halogen now presents a gravy boat after every meal he creates and is all to ready to pour. Anyway i wouldnt trust wayne as far as i could throw him....he conjures up an image of dark s+m, reckon he likes a bit of leather, if any member of bid tv has a "prince albert" waynes ya man .
Presumably his autobiography would be entitled Fifty Shades of Gravy? :giggle:

Chris lorenzo
24-11-2012, 07:28 PM
Ha ha price plunge

Shoppingmad
24-11-2012, 10:21 PM
Its crazy that they cant afford a propper chef or at least someone with a reasonable background in cooking or catering.

I knew from the first moment i spotted Wayne he wasnt a pro-chef, i assumed he was some guy out of the staff canteen but it seems he isnt even that. He is so clumsy, the things he says, the way he cuts things etc

Give him a break guys, he has had experience with food http://www.wayneeagles.co.uk/wayne-and-food.html

Krlsthjckl
25-11-2012, 09:08 AM
At college he studied cookery, and that, it pretty much seems is that.... It shows, but I love watching him!!!

Greg
25-11-2012, 09:18 AM
Just because Wayne has put down that he did a cookery course at college, it means naff all as a qualification for chef status especially if he couldn't get any work from it!

I think he is awful. But I guess it shows how little regard Bid TV pay to their products if they are employing people like Wayne and Peter Sherlock as 'experts' to sell their goods. It loses any little credibility they have and makes this shopping network look amateurish and chavvy at best. :dull:

Wirral70
25-11-2012, 01:48 PM
I did Domestic Science in school back in the late 70's/early 80's. Miss gave us all a certificate because we made nice flapjacks.

Therefore I am a chef. :tongue:

Greg
25-11-2012, 05:06 PM
Wirral, I would rather see you demonstrate the Bid kitchen tat than Wayne.

Bexi
26-11-2012, 12:49 AM
Yes and we'd all like to see your flapjacks

Wirral70
26-11-2012, 08:26 AM
Well as it seems one requires a halogen oven to cook anything properly i'm afraid I can't make flapjacks anymore!