BBC Weatherman Drops The C-Bomb Live On Air

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in Funny

BBC weatherman forecasts bucketloads of what? Is that even a bad word in England?
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Male 2,860
Poor bugger, he won`t live that one down. Could have been worse, could have been talking about the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
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Female 43
Decemoto - I think you meant to write "thr*ll*p, tr!nkle and fu^gle".
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Male 2,220
So long as it all lands on Sc*nthorpe
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Male 38,510

"Bucket loads of mean personry sunshine?"
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Male 663
Yes it`s a bad word, but he wasn`t saying it intentionally, obviously!
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Male 237
better than c*nt loads of bucket
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Male 541
Is that even a bad word in England.

Yes it is. If anything, they probably use it more than in the US, which is also probably why he said it.
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Male 1,461
That`s a lot of c*nt.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Is that even a bad word in England?[/quote]

Yes. It`s probably the most taboo word in England in modern times. It used to be acceptable enough to use in street names, but not recently.

I`d like to know what was going through his mind to make that mistake. Maybe mashing together "cold" and "sunshine" in his head would cause that.
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Male 11,740
It sounds more like he says "cun", like mixing the words continuing sunshine. I certainly didn`t hear a "t" on the end.
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Male 809
They say to each other all the time, no big deal
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Male 2
You`re damn right it`s a bad word in England! Along with throllop, trinkle and fungle. Seriously though, it`s the same meaning as in the US
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Male 6,737
/me directs Fancylad to the myriad of "Difference Between UK/England" posts.
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Male 25,416
What the frig... wasnt even relevant. I guess we know what was on his mind
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Male 20,196
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