BBC Breakfast News team today issued an appeal to find a Mayan resident in Salford. The Breakfast team are making preparations to cover the Friday 21st global apocalypse and wish to have a real Mayan spokesperson live in the studio to provide insight and comment. "We aren't too worried if they have a Manc or Scouse accent as long as they look Mayan and can explain the 13 B'ak'tun to our viewers," said Bill Turnbull. "We fully intend to give this global story extensive coverage and to minimise costs we will be presenting live from Salford Quays tram station." Any suitably qualified Mayans should contact the duty editor - quickly.
BBC Breakfast Team seek Mayan living in Salford
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Nice idea, but you should have it over on ITV for 'wake up Britain' or whatever it is called. Allows for alltogether ditsier coverage, with end-of-the-world cupcakes with authentic Mayan spices and some ceremonial dancing. Maybe even a live phone-in chat with the expert.
At least pick a town where there's some virgins (for the ancient rituals).
(These stylised virgin sacrifice rituals have been practiced for many years, and it turns out that the Mayans do them too, not just the BBC presenters...)
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