Pick-a-dick dot com?

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  1. D_HermanSmellville

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    Clearly these news anchors had something else on their minds when talking about and promoting a Canadian sausage competition.

    Anchorwoman Sausage Blooper - YouTube


    Not sure it's considered to be a "Freudian slip" when it happens 3 times? :Eyecrazy:
     
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    Brilliant. I'm wondering what the actual website was that she couldn't say correctly?


    /BTW, did anyone else notice that in the weather flashing by, it had a forecast for "Prince Albert?"
     
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    I think it was pickatic not pickadic(k) which explains the situation well enough.

    It was a news station based out of the province of Saskatchewan. I like that the co-anchor was comfortable and honest about it (laughing) and didn't try and cover up the obvious by saying "well you were talking about sausages"



     
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    Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - also named for Queen Victoria's husband. :tongue:
     
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    ...Who for the otherwise conservative Victorian Era was pretty liberal when it came to dick piercings...:biggrin1:
     
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