Amongst the many Love Island catchphrases over the years, the new 2021 saying is starting to catch on.
But amongst all the fancying each other and screaming wars, it wouldn’t be Love Island without an iconic catchphrase to get you through the series.
We all remember the summers of ‘my type on paper’ and ‘it is what it is’ as well as ‘putting all my eggs in one basket’… but a new catchphrase is now on the horizon!
Have you managed to spot it yet?
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Love Island 2021 catchphrase
The new saying that all the Islanders seem to be saying this week is ‘I’m keeping my options open’.
Faye Winter used it on the very first day of the show, meanwhile, all the boys seem to be throwing around the catchphrase, especially when they all insisted on going on a date with Chloe Burrows to welcome her to the villa.
While heads continue to turn (or at least be tempted to) we’re sure it’s not the last we’ll be hearing of it just yet.
So, get ready to hear ‘keeping my options open’ all summer long because it appears to be staying!
Most popular Love Island catchphrases over the years
Some of the most popular Love Island catchphrases over the years have included:
- ‘My type on paper’
- ‘Putting all my eggs in one basket’
- ‘It is what it is’
- ‘Do bits society (DBS)’
- ‘Mugged off’
- ‘Factor 50’
- ‘I’m loyal’
- ‘I’ve got the ick’
Let’s not forget – remember when Lucie Donlan tried to make ‘Bev/Bevy’ happen? It didn’t really catch on but it’s definitely still memorable!
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