People often criticise the BBC. They say it fails to give a balanced view of things. Well, one day, there was a meeting. And they decided to try something different.
It started off in the same way as usual The Six o'clock News. With that newsreader I like.
She seemed happy enough, Talking about the day's grisly events, With a cheery smile.
Gun massacre in America. Politicians pontificating. (Just like they did after the previous one.)
Civil war in an African country. Which one? (Who cares. Doesn't affect us.)
Bombing in the Middle East. "Some people may find these pictures distressing..." (But they showed them anyway.)
Mass ****** at home. How many corpses so far? (Only two more to go before it's a record!)
Bodies. Bodies. Bodies. Seen it all before. Where's the remote?...
But just as I was about to switch To a different channel, About half way through the programme, It was back to her. In the studio.
"But, on a happier note, here's what's currently going on at an address in London".
Picture cuts to the inside of a large Victorian house. Drawing Room with furniture cleared out of the way. And in the middle of the room...
Fifteen, maybe twenty people. Difficult to count, because of the positions. No music. No voice-over. No corny storyline.
And licking. And *******. And panting. And grunting.
And laughter! Lots of laughter. All of them having so much fun. Every shape, size and colour. Nobody left out. Everybody united In the blissful pursuit
Bodies. Bodies. Bodies. Never seen anything like it. Where's the record button on this remote?...
But then, after a few minutes, It was back to the studio. There she was again Smiling (And looking a little flushed.) She winked at the camera. "That's all from us. We'll be back at Ten."
Three million people phoned in to complain About the ***.
Nobody complained About the violence.
What a peculiar world we live in.
Totally fictional! It's really just a comment on the strange attitudes governing what is shown on British TV. It seems that *** is bad but violence is perfectly OK, even on the news at tea-time. I've never understood why this is the case.