Re: [torchwood] Re: BBC sorry after John Barrowman exposed himself
- OMG!!! My stomach hurts I've been laughing so hard!!! Yes, what was left
behind? I'd wanted to ask that myself =)
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 1:37 PM, pfyre <pfyre@...> wrote:
> At 01:26 PM 12/6/2008, Rebecca jo, annotated:
> >Oh yes, Let's!
> >On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 8:49 AM, Michele
> ><<mailto:ninanki%40gmail.com <ninanki%2540gmail.com>>ninanki@...<ninanki%40gmail.com>>
> > > I'm offended, too. Maybe we should call John and insist on a repeat
> > > performance.
> LOL - I love it - I think this tidbit from online about sums up my
> Tom Sutcliffe: Giggles with Mr Eliot
> The Week In Culture
> Friday, 5 December 2008
> The realm of self-righteous offence has expanded
> further with the news that the BBC is under fire
> for having broadcast the inaudible noise John
> Barrowman's (left) genitals make when exposed to
> a microphone. The offending articles weren't
> described and can have only had an adverse effect
> on listeners who tried to imagine them, which is
> their problem, not the BBC's. I don't want an
> apology, but I would love an explanation of
> Barrowman's clarification � "I didn't take the
> whole thing out, but I got my fruit and nuts
> out." If the fruit and nuts were out, what was
> left behind? And what would Humphrey Lyttelton,
> late grand-master of the filthy mental image,
> make of this new anxiety at the BBC? His account,
> in one broadcast, of how Samantha was going out
> for an ice cream with an Italian friend and
> looking forward to "licking the nuts off a large
> Neapolitan" would now, presumably, be accompanied
> by an instantaneous expression of regret.
> LOL! has to be one of the best commentaries on this-ever! LOL!
> Precious and rare all Love is, gender matters not.
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