Is Nigella Lawson kidding? Outrageous pronunciation of ‘microwave’ … – 2oceansvibe Information



Little did I know that Nigella Lawson, who became famous for eating things on TV and using a lot of butter, was still putting on a cooking show.

I thought everyone had moved on to Gordon Ramsay or The Great British Bake Off.

She’s back in the spotlight, and if you want to prove the internet bored, search for #microwavenigellalawson on Twitter.

There you will find tons of “smiling face” videos, memes and emojis as people go mad on their BBC cooking show because of their pronunciation of “microwave”.


Yes, ‘microwervy’, although there are a number of variations when it comes to the new spelling of ‘microwave’.

Here is Twitter with a follow up:

@Nigella_Lawson I have changed the Wikipedia page for microwave ovens in your honor 🙌🏻 #NigellaLawson #Microwave

– MadHats (@Mad_Hats) December 9, 2020

Me-cro-wah-veh # stillgame #NigellaLawson #Microwave

– McCando (@ElFizeeko) December 11, 2020

Word of the day! MICK-CRO-WAH-VAY 🤩 Thanks Aunt @Nigella_Lawson Now we know! #NigellaLawson #Microwave

– Sofrie Jasman (@SofrieJasman) December 9, 2020

Plant these and in a month you have 800 people who can’t pronounce the microwave #NigellaLawson #Microwave

– Lucy (@LucyHMcK) December 10, 2020

Okay, the last one is pretty fun, but in a competition with the tweets that followed William Shakespeare’s vaccination in Britain it would lose.

The “microwervy” thing went viral, and Nigella decided to answer the important questions of the day, like “Was it a joke?” and “did she always say it that way?” says the Huffington Post.

Some of their reasons are the thought that “microwave” is pronounced like this:

Well, I say it that way, but not because I think that’s how it is pronounced

– Nigella Lawson (@Nigella_Lawson) December 8, 2020

Why is she saying that? Because:

I always say it like that!

– Nigella Lawson (@Nigella_Lawson) December 8, 2020

And how did it start?

I dont know. A camp joke that becomes a habit

– Nigella Lawson (@Nigella_Lawson) December 8, 2020

Some conflicting information, but I’m sure we’ll all recover.

Your spokesman felt the need to make a statement:

“In short, this is how Nigella refers to the microwave at home. It’s a family joke, ”they said.

Here you go.


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