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For goodness sake man, get a grip. The only person suggesting that was realcockney (who isn't actually a real cockney) on the basis of nothing whatsoever except his own oversexualised imagination.

 

ha ha you really should get over yourself and get out more:loopy:

 

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That sounds about right. I think realcockney's frightened by the idea that they might actually enjoy themselves.

 

not at all if they are enjoying themselves with licence payers money i want to watch :D

 

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What makes you think we didn't see that? I think we all gather it's on the radio!

 

he cant always see that far sat in that ivory tower:hihi:

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Apologies Paula, I should have excluded you from my remarks - I was really referring to the OP, Dimple and realcockney - who are getting their knickers in a twist about nothing.

 

Hello you :wave:

Its been a while. I really started to miss you :)

 

Perhaps they're annoyed they're not getting to have a look?

 

Take your standards out of the gutter and dont make a fool of yourself by assuming you know what someone you have never met is thinking.

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From the bbc website

 

"When Kat came up with the idea, I forced her to do it. I thought it was brilliant and bold being naked," says Jenny.

 

Forced?

Forced?

I wonder how people would react if it was a male presenter 'forcing' a female presenter to strip for a podcast.

 

 

Pair of stupid attention seeking women.

 

Yes... nudity for publicity is hackneyed.

 

Boring, not challenging.

 

Please, spare us the next set of calenders in the name of "charidee."

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Yes... nudity for publicity is hackneyed.

 

Boring, not challenging.

 

Please, spare us the next set of calenders in the name of "charidee."

Yes, although these two weren't doing it for that reason. Still, whatever possessed them?

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Yes, although these two weren't doing it for that reason. Still, whatever possessed them?

 

To get a reaction and give the programme a jolt ! :rolleyes:

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Yes, although these two weren't doing it for that reason. Still, whatever possessed them?

 

You would never understand would you?

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Why they demean themselves? No, I wouldn't.

 

Why are they demeaning themselves?

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Why are they demeaning themselves?

A very good question, better answered by them. I've no idea what would possess a rational person to behave so.

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A very good question, better answered by them. I've no idea what would possess a rational person to behave so.

 

But you think it’s demeaning? Why?

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But you think it’s demeaning? Why?

 

It's demeaning in my opinion, not because of the nudity, but because of the blatant ego driven self promotion from those involved.

Like kids in a playground screaming "look at me" at the tops of their voices.

Mediocre broadcasters on a poor station desperate to be recognised for whatever reason.

Edited by mickyboy

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