The regrettable collapse in BBC standards since the golden era of (oh… whenever), leaves a gap in the market for authoritative debate.
Thankfully, Biased BBC has stepped into that breach and now provides an excellent service for those of us worried about the best way to mull over important topics. Topics like… computers and stuff.
Apprentice social commentator Asuka Langley Soryu starts the etiquette debate rolling:
What is the connection between the BBC and Apple?
Reputation for top quality + millions of devoted fans who adore their style, reliability and ingenuity?
They're both make overpriced, substandard products which're liked only by elitist, semi-literate faggots.
Imaginative linking of semi-literate and elitist there. Who'd have thought you could be both?
Uh-oh, the boss is watching. Hello, David Vance.
One born every minute, apparently.
Please mind your language. "Faggots" is not appropriate. Thanks.
Oops! Asuka Langley Soryu, you OK with the potty-mouth crackdown?
Well that was straightforward. Faggots are off the menu...
But what about the suffix '-fag'?
i.e. Emofag, Indiefag, Ecofag, &c.
Lifesafag, if you ask me.
Is that inappropriate?
What do you think, deegee? Tofag or nottofag?
Surely none of the above.
Good to meet a man of taste and discernment.
Not everybody who uses Apple products an elitist, semi-literate faggot.
Only some of them, clearly...
Here's the boss again. Good to see you once more, Mr Vance:
Debate here can be passionate, witty, acidic but not vulgar.
Exactly. Which is why we love phrases like Rancid Puss-Filled Cocks.
…passionate, witty, acidic but not vulgar. Please help keep it that way.
Damn cunting right we will.