The Simpsons 'Predicted' Dr. Alex's Catchphrase Years Before Him
27 September 2018, 12:13
It turns out, The Simpsons predicted Love Island's Dr. Alex's catchphrase 'ahoihoi' years before he coined the phrase, and he can't believe it.
The Simpsons have an uncanny knack for predicting the future, from predicting that Donald Trump would become President to the Ebola outbreak.
However, it seems the show also dipped it's toes into the pool of all our favourite show, Love Island, to predict Dr. Alex's catchphrase, 'ahoihoi' and the medical professional-turned reality star can hardly believe it.
Ahhoioiiiiii— amelia🐢🐢 (@ameliasewely) September 26, 2018
After the series finished, Dr. Alex took to social media to let us know what he was up to with his new found fame, and fans were confused, amused and hooked on a new catchphrase he had coined, which isn't going anywhere for the time being.
However, some Twitter users appear to have grown tired of this phrase though, and aren't afraid to let Alex know...
Ur milking it now son— JamesSanders (@JamesMSanderss) September 26, 2018
Does our favourite doctor seem bothered? Not in the slightest, long live 'ahoihoi'...
Since leaving the villa, where he was pretty unlucky in love, Alex is rumoured to be dating Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller, and his Instagram story these days is full of the pair doing impressive couple's gymnastics and brunching, so, technically, 'ahoioi' found him a girlfriend?!