It’s only been three days but we already know that Love Island’s latest lingo addition ‘it is what it is’ will be on Primark t-shirts by the end of the month.
This year’s Islanders have been desperately trying to play it cool to their fellow contestants as they’ve been pied off and snubbed and stolen during the pesky reality show.
Shrugging everything off with an ‘it is what it is’, all the boys have been assuring us that they’re OK with whatever is going on.
(When let’s face it, we all know it actually means “I’m the exact opposite of OK with this”).
So, when people started suggested that the use of the word should be turned into a drinking game, the official Twitter was pretty quick to shut it down.
Responding to one of the calls for people to get involved, they simply responded: ‘Wouldn’t recommend it.’
It’s probably for the best considering how many time they’ve used it already. Drink responsibly kids.
It’s a shame but it is what it is.
Thankfully though, because we’re nice like that, we’ve already got a Love Island drinking game in place for all you party people tuning in every night.
Though considering the drama that has already come out way in the first half a week, we’re pretty sure it might need tweaking soon before we all suffer a hangover so bad the nation will grind to a standstill.
In the meantime, we’ve got more than enough to keep us occupied that we’re pretty sure we wouldn’t be able to keep up without a bevvy or two.
(Like, an actual beverage, not the kind of bev Lucie keeps trying to start up.)
With the first recoupling airing soon, the guys have to go get their graft on to keep their place as a member of the villa of love.
While Curtis and Amy seem to be getting on pretty cushty, Tommy and Joe are both putting the hours in to win over Lucie’s heart.
To the point that fans are telling Joe to chill out a bit – because he’s coming off as a bit possessive.
Then there’s the mysterious disappearance of fan fave Yewande, leaving viewers wondering why she’s not getting any airtime.
With a new bombshell coming into the villa tonight to boot, you can just tell things are gonna be a gamechanger.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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