November 30th, 2012

Freudian Slip of the Week


14 Comments

  1. 1
    left wing, right wing, it's all the same bird! says:

    they couldn’t produce a stool in 2 weeks!

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  2. 4
    BBC hits nail on the head says:

    Well, they’re actually right.

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  3. 6
    This blog is for sale says:

    Scandal in Guido’s own back yard

    http://www.mippr.co/mipeople

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  4. 7
    Daft Bill says:

    A reasoned and honest summation for once.

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  5. 8
    Big Brother is watching you says:

    Thank you, Dan Hodges, for putting the Left-wing propaganda storm which is the Leveson Report into perspective this morning.

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  6. 9
    Daniel says:

    I was watching BBC Breakfast one morning, and in the space of one report, the on-screen graphics department managed to spell “Frankfurt” in three different ways (two of which were on the screen at the same time).

    They got it right on the third attempt.

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    • 14
      Eastern European Interns Organization EEIO says:

      We have been recruited at no expense to do the text messages on BBC TV.

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  7. 11
    Daftie who pays a licence fee says:

    We are expected to pay for juvenile crap?

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  8. 12
    northern lad says:

    I blame that Norman what’is face AKA the new Nick Robbo

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  9. 13
    keredybretsa says:

    Right, well the new General Director geez, can pick up his million pay cheque on the way out. Daft asabrush.

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