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Monday, 26 April 2010

AMUSING CONTENT OF AN ARTICLE IN THE NEWSPAPER

This is an aticle from a newspaper, presumably from Cork which headline reads:

Time to put a cork in it
A Cork radio station was running a competition: Words that weren't in the dictionary yet could still be used in a sentence that would make logical sense. The price was a trip to Bali.

DJ: "96FM here, what's your  name?"
Caller: "Hi, me name's Dave."
DJ: "Dave, what's your word?"
Caller: "Goan... spelt G-O-A-N, pronounced 'go-an'."
DJ: "... You are correct, Dave, 'goan' is not in the dictionary. Now, for a trip to Bali: What sentence can you use that word in that would make sense?"
Caller: "Goan f**k yourself!"

The DJ cut the caller short and took other calls, all unsuccessful until:

DJ: "96FM, what's your name?"
Caller: "Hi, me name's Jeff."
DJ: "Jeff, what's your word?"
Caller: "Smee... spelt s-m-e-e, pronounced 'smee'."
DJ: "... You are correct, Jeff, 'smee' is not in the dictionary. Now, for a trip to Bali: What sentence can you use that word in that would make sense?"
Caller: "Smee again! Goan f**k yourself!"
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