So we've had one poster who is a possible mail hack, and now we've got littlejohn himself posting.
The bumming bit before the quiz didn't have to make me think much to realise what it was all about - ie asking Aled to join in only for him to answer 'No, I really don't do that' or similar.
It's quite obvious that it's about Aled not having sex.
On one day he DID join in and the way the conversation then followed on made it obvious what the 'bumming' was.
Thereafter he stays out of it again - suggesting that he tried it anal sex and did not like it (one must presume he would be the bottom.)
Erm, I've fixed your post a little, cos your innuendo is so squirmish, its uncomfortable to read. It would also have been far easier to say I find the gay innuendo a little uncomfortable so early in the morning, but you've dug your hole and still got a hold of your spade.
I've thought - in the past - how many gays include those actions in their relationship (although it's none of my business of course).
Would you believe it, there are gay people who don't enjoy anal? There are also those who are exclusively tops and those who exclusively bottom. I could draw a diagram, but I presume you get the picture.
I must say though - why should every listener need to know what one of the team does with his 'bits' because of his differences with the rest?
Mustn't grumble though - when Aled 'kept the homo thing secret' the show was great. Then after 'coming out' to the public the show often turned almost into a gay interest show on occasion. Now it's just the catchphrase bumming and the occasional reminder to us which team he's in. Which makes it much more enjoyable (I almost changed stations when it got really out of hand). Can't fully blame Aled since Chris 'prodded' the topic lots of times.
One of the many things I like about the show is that gayness is just treat like its another part of someone's character, there's no promotion or denegration of it, it's just treat as normality. As it should be. And that means that gay life takes equal place with straight life.
I'm not a prude or a Daily mail reader or anything - but sex and sexuality is hardly a great topic over the breakfast or while you struggle into work on the M25. Talking about bumming is another level, I make sure I'm not eating anything at the same time as the 'reminder'
It's a cheap tacky little bit of innuendo, thats played for a laugh (its not even overtly referred to in that manner either, you have to be thinking on a dirty wavelength to even get the joke). It's not like there's excessive detail, or further jokes. (tbh I was waiting for someone to say 'aled, did you use protection?') If it bothers you that much, then something wrong