a bit of fun!!!

Subject: Here are 12 of the finest (unintentional) double-entendres ever
aired on British TV and radio

Amazingly none from Murray Walker but some of these are great

  1. Pat Glenn, weightlifting commentator - “And this is Gregoriava from
    Bulgaria. I saw her snatch this morning and it was amazing!”

  2. New Zealand Rugby Commentator - “Andrew Mehrtens loves it when Daryl
    Gibson comes inside of him.”

  3. Ted Walsh - Horse Racing Commentator - “This is really a lovely horse. I
    once rode her mother.”

  4. Harry Carpenter at the Oxford-Cambridge boat race 1977 - “Ah, isn’t that
    nice. The wife of the Cambridge President is kissing the Cox of the Oxford
    crew.”

  5. US PGA Commentator - “One of the reasons Arnie (Arnold Palmer) is
    playing so well is that, before each tee shot, his wife takes out his balls
    and kisses them … Oh my god!! What have I just said??”

  6. Carenza Lewis about finding food in the Middle Ages on ‘Time Team Live’
    said: “You’d eat beaver if you could get it.”

  7. A female news anchor who, the day after it was supposed to have snowed
    and didn’t, turned to the weatherman and asked, “So Bob, where’s that eight
    inches you promised me last night?” Not only did HE have to leave the set,
    but half the crew did too, because they were laughing so hard!

  8. Steve Ryder covering the US Masters: “Ballesteros felt much better today
    after a 69 yesterday.”>

  9. Clair Frisby talking about a jumbo hot dog on Look North said: “There’s
    nothing like a big hot sausage inside you on a cold night like this.”

10 Mike Hallett discussing missed snooker shots on Sky Sports: “Stephen
Hendry jumps on Steve Davis’s misses every chance he gets.”

  1. Michael Buerk on watching Phillipa Forrester cuddle up to a male
    astronomer for warmth during BBC1’s UK eclipse coverage remarked: “They
    seem cold out there, they’re rubbing each other and he’s only come in his
    shorts.”

  2. Ken Brown commentating on golfer Nick Faldo and his caddie Fanny
    Sunneson lining-up shots at the Scottish Open: “Some weeks Nick likes to
    use Fanny, other weeks he prefers to do it by himself.”

…number 12 was worth the read. Very good.