Monday, 25 June 2007

Journalistic Faux-Pas

Sports commentators are known for their sometimes amusing comparisons and comments. In an attempt to sound interesting, they often eschew good taste, common sense and simplicity to come up with the weirdest things, as demonstrated today in the BBC commentary of the Moya-Henman game:

Relief for Moya as Henman's groundstrokes are drawn to the net like papparazi to an intoxicated Jade Goody.

See what I mean?

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