November 26, 2008

What the f**k?

Check out tonight’s Inside Out England on BBC iPlayer later.

How many people must have watched the programme through before broadcast without noticing the ‘f’ word, clear as day, five minutes in?

Lesson One: If sampling Fatboy Slim songs, don’t use this one. (They used the first five seconds of it.)

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  1. I can’t believe this! How DARE they!? What if Andrew Sachs had been listening!?

    26 Nov 2008, 23:24

  2. Jim

    I’m so OFFENDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    27 Nov 2008, 10:05

  3. Nick Howes

    What if Andrew Sachs had been listening!?


    27 Nov 2008, 11:08

  4. Mike Willis

    To the Ofcom!

    27 Nov 2008, 12:34

  5. Jee will make them happy.

    27 Nov 2008, 18:16

  6. Define swearing.
    If someone calls you a “poo-head” they’re just calling you a shit-head with a 5 year old’s vocabulary.
    Intent is a large proportion of it.

    29 Nov 2008, 11:59

  7. Sue

    I find that particularly unpleasant. When i was at the ticket barrier at the station the other day trying to get through as quickly as I could because we’d cut it so fine a man came dashing up beside me and said “Is that the Bristol train about to pull out?” I said “Yes” and he said “Oh shit.” Delightful.

    29 Nov 2008, 19:03

  8. Robin Janssens

    I don’t find swearing to be particularly offensive. Everyone used them at school and I kind of got desensitised to them. Anyway, I never understood why the “S” word (self-censored because I’m not sure if the university allows swearing) is more offensive than using the proper term, faeces.

    12 Dec 2008, 18:33

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