Viewers are having absolutely none of Molly-Mae's new slang on Love Island
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This was never going to fly.
If you're caught up on Love Island, you'll know that Molly-Mae is public enemy number one right now.
After just a few days in the villa, she managed to piss off everyone watching last night by doing something pretty unforgivable - attempting to introduce new slang.
Did you catch her asking Danny what the "crackeroo" was last night?
Yeah, it made us want to stab ourselves in the ears.
To be fair, it's just the weird kind of thing you'd accidentally say while chatting to someone you fancied - but Twitter isn't giving her an inch on this.
— tired spam acc (@xstephnee) June 10, 2019
— Pink Shimmerazzi Lifestyle Blog (@shimmerazzi) June 10, 2019
— Kel.si (@Gracessentially) June 10, 2019
Did molly just ask what the crackeroo is? HOWLING #Loveisland
— Leah Kellett (@leahkellll1) June 10, 2019
— Jasmin (@ItsJasminHere) June 10, 2019
Almost missing 'bevy' now 'crackeroo' is happening #LoveIsland
— 'May U Live 2 C The Dawn' #JC4PM (@KazP19) June 10, 2019
To be fair, it didn't come from nowhere.
Attentive Irish viewers will have heard a few of the islanders saying "what's the craic" on the show this series - an outrageous appropriation up there with Britain claiming the likes of Saoirse Ronan or Pearse Brosnan as their own.
Still, it wasn't the worst thing Molly-Mae did last night, in viewers' eyes.
Many Love Island fans were furious when she made a play for Danny after Yewande had been on a date with him.
With Molly-Mae caught in a love triangle between Anton and Tommy, it came across as greedy as Yewande hasn't yet clicked with anyone in the villa.
Looks like she'll have work hard to come back from those transgressions.