Because of his sidelines in wall-rendering, roofing, spam emailing, tarmacing, and wholesale "staff" importing, Sneak always likes to keep an eye on what is being covered on BBC1's Watchdog television programme.
Last night he was shocked to see that ITV, that fine purveyor of all that is high quality, had angered some of its viewers with an online game linked to its "All Star Family Fortunes" show. Apparently the webbed Family Fortunes contains some rather rude survey results, rude enough to wrankle the type of people that would play Family Fortunes online. And Sneak assumes that these are a pretty hardy bunch.
Sneak was watching Watchdog with just one eye, but is pretty sure that there were references to people being kicked in the balls, and much worse. Now, unfortunately the page just displays an error message, specifically a "page not found".
What a shame ITV didn't think to keep its fans a little happier, and replace the 404 with one of those "Er Ar" sounds. That would have kept the w***ers happy.
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