Geordie Shore’s Zahida Allen Can’t Stand This One Thing The Love Island Boys Keep Saying
It's grinding her gears and most fans out there think she has a point
Zahida Allen has opened up about her opinion of Love Island this year and there’s one thing the lads keep saying that she thinks is a bad philosophy for young viewers to digest.
The former Geordie Shore lass has argued that their comments about finding real “happiness” elsewhere are masking the fact that they’ll never be content with whichever girl they choose to couple up with.
Now get checking out the time Adam Collard appeared as an extra on Geordie Shore. Seriously.
In an on-point message on Twitter, she wrote: “Sad times, thought Dr Alex was a nice guy, but turns out he's like the majority of boys. What is it with the boys on this series with "I'm happy but could be happier.
She continued: “They're never gonna be satisfied n always wantin something new.. feel sorry for the gals. I love yas tho huns. [sic]”
Z wasn’t the only person to notice this phrase being used in the villa, with another fan writing: “One thing that's really bothering me about #loveisland is the 'I'm happy but I could be happier' mentality of the boys.
“It seems like they think women are disposable and if a better one comes along they can leave their partner and not have to face the consequences."
Another added: “This whole ‘I’m happy but I could be happier’ thing is toxic af and I hope everyone watching who thinks it’s a good idea realises it will end with you old and lonely having pushed away everyone decent because you erroneously think you can do better.”
Was Z being a little harsh here or has she hit the nail on the head? Let us know with a tweet @MTVUK.