Posted by sean on February 10, 2005 at 10:03 pm in Television with No Comments


What a cracking episode of Wife Swap last night on Channel Four. The popular series had gone a little weak over the last series but yesterday’s episode was probably the most entertaining in a long time.

The show typically picks families with opposite lifestyles to encourage confrontation and to make good entertainment.

This week a Welsh, loud mouthed slapper who spent hours a day tarting herself up instead of looking after her young son swapped with a well build, no nonsense house wife and mother.

The tart didn’t get on well with her new family, they were all overweight and didn’t take a great deal of effort in their appearance. They had good personalities and seemed liked nice people. The fiery over tanned woman didn’t see this though and was always shouting out insults such as ‘Fat hillbillies’ and ‘Slobs’.


How can this tart think she looks good with all that fake tan and make up?

The woman of the overweight family didn’t have a nice time with her new husband either who’s first words to her were “You’re a large woman” and “You need a makeover!”

After a lot more amusing antics, it all kicked off at the end when the overweight woman stood up for her family after the orange tanned tart couldn’t keep her mouth shut and ended up being soaked in a glass of water. Hahaha – just desserts

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