Monday, 1 September 2014

F** her right in the p***y wins Transfer Deadline Day

Transfer Deadline Day happened and blah blah blah you know how it goes. Some journalists who really want to be news anchors get stuck having to hang out with a bunch of YOOFS and children whose parents don't know where they are and some oil barons fund hundreds of millions of unnecessary transfers. Transfer Deadline Day! But the real winner was the internet.




A dildo. In the ear. This is modern society, people. We're here.

The day was actually relatively calm but as soon as night fell things started to go a bit weird. These horrible minks did this:



huh huh huh great banter lads! Lads eh? LADS!

But that was just the beginning. You may not be aware of the Fuck Her Right In The Pussy viral trend, started by a Fox News presenter being caught unawares and then recreated by some weird old guy in a hoody and glasses:


It was done again and again in America and Australia on countless live news reports and Sky presenters and basically it became a thing. Everyone, including Sky Sports producers were almost certainly aware of what was going to happen on Transfer Deadline Day.

For those who aren't sure how TV works, Deadline Day reporting crews are just a camera man, a presenter, a producer and maybe a runner. Somewhere quite far away in the background there's a truck that broadcasts the feed, but when I went and did it with a certain sports TV channel... let's call them BP Sport... that's all there is. There is no way to prevent stuff like this:





The reporters were all very well prepped, Jim White and co were similarly ready to issue statements to prevent Ofcom shutting down Transfer Deadline Day in the future but the worst thing was how sad Natalie Sawyer looked. I don't have a picture or anything, just trust me.

Poor Natalie :-(

In other news Arsenal are about to sign Danny 'I genuinely can't tell if you are useless or not' Welbeck, Man Utd are about to sign Radamel Falcao even though his knee is destroyed and he doesn't play in defence and Hatem Ben Arfa, one of the most coveted top prospects of French football about six years ago is on his way to Hull. Have you ever been to Hull? What am I saying, you have the internet! Of course you haven't.