The reality television programme only launched three days ago on ITV2, but many viewers are still struggling to get on board with the complicated format.
Before the bizarre language even became an issue, fans were already fighting to stay on track with the various challenges, and the mere premise of Survival of the Fittest.
While some people were convinced the show would be almost a carbon copy of hugely popular dating show Love Island, they quickly realised this wouldn’t be the case.
In fact, it more closely resembles a version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, but based in South Africa.
Viewers have also queried how the action-packed competition can expect the female participants to take part in the physical tasks while being scantily clad in bikinis and covered in makeup.
But perhaps the most jarring element of the new reality series is the contestants’ language, which some believe resembles that of new-age school-yard talk.
Taking to Twitter, viewers shared their feelings on the confusing subject.
“Loving the music! Although feeling old when did ‘pieing’ become a term??” One person asked.
Another viewer said: “Am I just getting old or what? ‘a bit of you’ ‘a bit of me’ what the hell are they talking about?! #SurvivalOfTheFittest,” which basically means your type or to your taste.
Other people were simply fed up with the apparent lack of a varied vocabulary with some of the contestants.
One person tweeted: “Wish I had a pound for every time I heard the word like.”
“The word bro needs to stop,” another fan wrote.
“Every time they get a message, you can tell they want to shout ‘I’ve got a text'”, a third person commented.
With another chiming in: “Odds that Love Island have patented the term ‘guys I got a text’.”
Survival of the Fittest continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.