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A GBBO contestant's snail bread looked exactly like a penis and it was the star of the show last night

Now affectionately known as Penis Snail.

snail2 Source: Channel 4

THE THIRD INSTALLMENT of the new Channel 4 Great British Bake Off graced us with Bread Week last night – always one of the most anticipated evenings of the series.

But last night’s episode was ~different~ – thanks to contestant Julia and her idea for a showstopper.

She was going to make “The Snail Under a Mushroom” Bread Sculpture

mushroom Source: Channel 4

But when it came out of the oven it seriously looked more like a penis than a snail

snail Source: Channel 4

No matter how mature and serious you claim to be, there’s just no way that snail doesn’t look like a little bread penis.

Julia knew it as well.

“I’m making a snail. It just looks inappropriate”

julia3 Source: Channel 4

Everyone watching at home called it instantly

foronce Source: @katelewers

ignore Source: @thatladythere

Ignore it? It’s all anyone was talking about.

It was an early contender for moment of the season

He needs his own spin-off show

It was then presented to the judges

julia4 Source: Channel 4

Paul Hollywood broke down laughing, of course

julia5 Source: Channel 4

Everyone did

julia6 Source: Channel 4

The judges needed to settle themselves

All of them were loving every aspect of the snail in terms of texture, design and taste – but it’s only ever going to be remembered for that shape

julia7 Source: Channel 4

TFW you made a bread penis on national television

Ah, Penis Snail

cried Source: @Claireyyyy

Julia went on to win Star Baker on the night – in part down to the legendary Penis Snail and the plaudits it won from the judges.

Bow down to the Penis Snail – it knows all and sees all.

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