Friday, October 19, 2007

"shaving off my muff for you"

This clip is being billed on Breitbart TV as an "epic linguistic error," but I didn't see it as anything more than amusing. I've known men and women who were indeed as naive as the female host. Her counterpart takes the incident in stride and with good humor, as does the lady herself. She half-jokingly wonders whether she's going to be fired for having uttered the scandalous phrase. I sincerely hope nothing happens to her; she struck me as likeable from the moment she started talking.

If you want to see an anchor go up in smoke, watch this.


1 comment:

  1. Yeah, I don't get that either. How is that an epic linguistic error? It's not like she said the phrase herself originally, she was just reporting what someone else said and didn't know what the word meant. How is this her fault (or an epic linguistic error, for that matter)?

    As for the second video... going up in smoke? I would have thought you of all people would appreciate the human beauty of the moment. Typical YouTube poster, of course, to label her a "stupid TV anchor."



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