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The BBC Newsreaders' Cameltoe Thread

Old Jul 24th 2010, 5:14 pm
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Old Jul 24th 2010, 5:18 pm
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I think the smilie you were after is this one ...
can't you really not post about anything that is not somehow sex related?
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Old Jul 24th 2010, 5:24 pm
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Originally Posted by MataHari View Post
I think the smilie you were after is this one ...
can't you really not post about anything that is not somehow sex related?
no, i don't think he can...it's kitty, she's getting him all het up...

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Old Jul 25th 2010, 3:31 am
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hey, don't go blaming that on me! I think the dean has the horn without my influence thank you very much!
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Old Jul 25th 2010, 10:59 am
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I don't think this is "sex"-related - I was just shocked that a reputable BBC newsreader with a reputation for integrity, gravitas, etc should be so blatantly unaware of her appearance - every paper has printed that photo, with suitable accompanying captions ("figure-hugging outfit", "leaves little to the imagination" etc).

Anyway I'll go back to posting about slavery in Yemen and stuff like that.......
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Very, very funny: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuYQnNrh1uA
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I shouldnt be laughing after my comments yesterday, but that was very funny...
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I remember the George Michael concert in AD the other year.

Alicia Keys took to the stage first in front of 30000 people and instinctively I turned to my wife and said 'cameltoe'.
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I remember the George Michael concert in AD the other year.

Alicia Keys took to the stage first in front of 30000 people and instinctively I turned to my wife and said 'cameltoe'.
And did your wife oblige?
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