Skip to comments.'Welcome to the year of the whores':Subtitling error on BBC News
Posted on 02/04/2014 2:10:53 PM PST by TurboZamboni
BBC News has marked Chinese New Year by welcoming viewers into the year of the whores. A subtitling error spotted by many viewers on Friday evening on the hour at around 7pm saw the channel declare: Welcome to the year of the whores. People around the globe celebrate. The mistake happened during the bulletin being presented by Rajesh Mirchandani. But the BBC insisted tonight that the error was acknowledged and quickly corrected - to the 'year of the horse.
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I think Fluke took this as a sign to run for office !
Esp. election years!
I watch the closed captions on Directv and they are funny! Some of the words they come up with are a hoot!
We B down wid Ho's.
Oh, those sly mares of the relaxed morals....
Where did you think Centaurs came from?
Reminds me of MASH and Frank Burns speaking to some local Koreans before auctioning off the 4077th’s trash.
Frank Burns: “Now, may I have your attention? First, let me welcome each and every one of you wish you joy and, uh, ‘Chang Yo’”
Frank Burns: “Yeah.”
Korean: “You wish each of us a prostitute?”
Frank Burns: “I must have looked up the wrong word.”
Korean: “We don’t mind.”
Frank Burns: “Well, I mean ‘prosperity.’”
Korean: “Worked out the same.”
Where do we sign up? Does Obamacare cover this?
that’s a ‘war on womyn’ ! hateful!!
Who wouldn’t like to ride a Ho’?
Sailors everywhere are rejoicing!
That was no mistake. The BBC weirdos would never use the word, whores, for anything else, because they’re politically correct weirdos. U.K. business leaders will never relinquish their desires of “empire” and dominion over China.
Given how much the UK has sold out to Chinese interests, I’m not so sure. See Rover and Huawei for example for private and public sector for such examples.
If anything, the BBC could be announcing that elections will happen earlier than usual.
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