Talk about a Freudian Slip (A verbal mistake that is thought to reveal a repressed belief, thought, or emotion according to Answers.com) ......
THE PIGS THAT LOVE TO EAT. Live subtitles are made by a stenographer typing words phonetically as they listen to a show, or with speech recognition, where someone talks into a microphone while listening to the broadcast, and a computer recognises their words.
It is the latter version that leads to the use of words that sound similar to the intended one, but give a very different meaning.
Last week, during an item on BBC Breakfast about breeding pigs, a roving reporter explained that pigs 'love to nibble anything that comes into the shed, like our wellies.'
Unfortunately, the computer heard pigs 'love to nibble anything that comes into the shed, like our willies.' - Charlie Swinbourne, 17/01/2011
Sticking with animal stories......
Altogether ....... awwwww.
RILEY CELEBRATES. He's the dog that loves to smile and what better excuse than his second birthday.
Riley on his first birthday.
(Click on above link to see this years celebrations.)
Thanks to Husband dearest for this article.
LIVE CHICKEN THROWN AT KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN (KFC) STAFF. A live hen was thrown through the open window of a KFC restaurant in Warwickshire.
RSPCA inspectors say they want to speak to the two men who approached the restaurant in Bermuda Park, Nuneaton, on a moped on Tuesday evening. -20/01/2011.
Just like the crocodile in Peter Pan, tick-tock, tick-tock ......
CROCODILE SICK AFTER EATING MOBILE PHONE. A visitor dropped her phone while trying to photograph one of the aquarium's crocodiles.
Visitor Rimma Golovko said she had stretched out her arm trying to snap a photograph of Gena opening his mouth, but the phone slipped.
"This should have been a very dramatic shot, but things didn't work out," she said. - 21/01/2011.
SCHOOLBOY KICKED OUT FOR BEING .... 24. A boy who enrolled at a new school was chucked out because the head believes he is really a man of 24.
Burly Prince Summerfield (pictured left looking like a Year Seven pupil in his way-too-big blazer) joined a Year Nine class as a 14-year-old at the start of a new term last week. But just 48 hours later he was sent home after teachers had suspicions he was a man a decade older than he said he was. - Tom Wells and Isabel Jensen, 20/01/2011.
Aah, this explains a lot.
WHY THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE DOESN'T UNDERSTAND YOU. If you feel your spouse does not understand you, it may be because you are too close to them, research shows.
Psychologists believe that when two people know each other too well they assume too much shared knowledge and their language becomes dangerously ambiguous.
This "closeness communication bias" can lead to long term misunderstandings, rows and even relationship problems. - Richard Alleyne, 22/01/2011.