The prohibition is classed by an automobile bleach reconciliation cistern and technicians oar walking on a quack pollution.
ITV apologises for inarticulate subtleties.
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Some of the subtitles really crack me up!! Stars.
Mum and I once spent an otherwise dull day reading ITV subtitles.
It cheered us up no end.
Oh, have some st£>)36±s
A spokesperson for the company said, "The prohibition is classed by an automobile bleach reconciliation cistern and technicians oar walking on a quack pollution."
The equipment has been developed by Unwin Industries Incorporated, under the leadership of a Mr Arthur Bostrom (who is most famous for his portrayal of a French Policeman in the BBC Sitcom “Allo, allo”).
It was first used on the ITV flagship show “This Moaning” and, ever since the launch day, the broadcaster has been careful not to include any more items about British Olympic Driving hopeful Tom Gaily and his fondness for Speedos!
The BBC has also come under criticism after they tested a similar device on the “Queer’s Christmas Screech” and she appeared to admit to the nation that she had an “anus horriblus”.
Viewers are being advised by the broadcasters to turn off the sound and read the subtitles, as they are much more entertaining than any of the programs.
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