September 18th, 2013

WATCH: BBC Presenter Mistakes Paper For iPad

Could happen to anyone…

Via @gregburke

25 Comments

  1. 1
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Unfair to pick on a chap undergoing Ream Therapy.

    • 7
      you must be 'avin a laugh says:

      A4 gone conclusion?

    • 8
      Gerry Mandering. says:

      The stories running in the background may shuggeth shomething.

    • 14
      Jethro says:

      …it’s quite an acQUIREd taste. Mind you, if he’s a dunce, he should wear a foolscap.

      • 24
        broderick crawford says:

        Software updates cursed by evil leprechaun

        A WICKED leprechaun has cursed all of mankind’s software updates to fail dismally.

        After Apple’s iOS 7 launch misfired, it emerged that all attempts to release new versions of software are subject to a supernatural curse.

        Computer folklorist Emma Bradford said: “There was once a wicked leprechaun called Seamus, who worked as a programmer making ZX Spectrum games in the 80s.

        “However he was sacked for creating a perverted game called Dirty Princess.

        “The little man retaliated by putting a curse on mankind that no software could be ever be updated without it turning into a massive balls up.

        “And so it came to pass.”

  2. 2
    Eastender says:

    SYRUP!!!”

  3. 3
    iWaste says:

    He’s now worried about what he sent to the office shredder.

  4. 4
    Labour2015Manifesto says:

    Imagine starting with a blank sheet of paper and develop from there.

  5. 5
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    It’s his lunch.

    • 22
      BBC - Biased Boring Corporation says:

      “Frank and file officers” Hmmmm BBC elocution lessons needed – mark in file.

  6. 6
    Mrsshitrit says:

    Very glad to see the BBC are making savings

  7. 10
    iBBC says:

    Must be his iNotepad.

  8. 11
    Sunny Jim says:

    Reported he was ‘tired’… yeah, right…

  9. 12
    the Bubonic Plague says:

    here’s your fool’s cap

  10. 15
    Paul says:

    Maybe he’ll turn over a new leaf? I think, A4 I am.

  11. 16
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Shouts after recorded report starts: “Here’s the pack of paper I picked up for you!”

  12. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Very useful – stops any infuriating arm waving a la Marr.
    Not sure about his toupe, though.

  13. 21
    Witty Moniker says:

    Just shows what a bloody waste of time and money they are*.

    But hey, it’s only the licence fee payers’ money.

    Trebles and underage kiddies all round!

    *Both presenter’s iPads and the BBC in general.

  14. 25
    Anonymous says:

    I dreamed a ream


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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