|James Woods |
I laughed very hard.
We need more "endearing earnestness" submissions.
I stand erect with patriotic pride.
Oh dear this is the wrong clip.
I guess we'll consider it a 'general factoid'.
His desperate embarrassment when he says, "I don't know!"
When something like this happens in America, there's a testy exchange where the anchor sarcastically suggests he'll teach the reporter how to report later; when something like this happens in Britain, there's back-slapping and belly-laughs.
Well he's not far off, they're all apart from Jeff, ex-footballers before it turned into the super-professional game it is today when drinking after match was the norm. If you're a regular watcher of Soccer Saturday you'll find it always a chummy'esk affair unless they have disagreements (you'll even see this on bbc's Match of the Day), and will always a have laugh or two with the like sof Kamara, Windass and Merson around.
And Jeff Stelling is the best sport presenter of modern times.
This reminds me of my thesis defense.
Reminded me of this.
his report is that he didn't know he had something to report, beautiful
If American sportcasters were this jolly and adorable, I might watch more sports.
Naw, not really. But this guy is jolly and adorable.
|Jet Bin Fever |
An utter lack of floundering and bullshitting! I love it.
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