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2013-06-22 08:30:51 PM
As luck would have it, I WOULD fark her.  She's pretty cute.
 
2013-06-22 08:49:51 PM
There's just multiple layers of fail here: the reporter for dropping an f-bomb with a live mic, whoever edited that for not taking out the f-bomb (because that's apparently not live), and the producer/director for not previewing that clip.

I don't think any of them are gonna get a call from the network anytime soon.
 
2013-06-22 08:56:16 PM
That was obviously not the clip that was supposed to have aired. Not the reporter's fault at all.
 
2013-06-22 09:26:58 PM

R.A.Danny: That was obviously not the clip that was supposed to have aired. Not the reporter's fault at all.


This. Whoever edited used the wrong take.

However, some markets are small enough that the reporter may have been the editor also.
 
2013-06-22 09:33:37 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-22 09:34:27 PM
Keep farking that chicken...
 
2013-06-22 09:51:35 PM
Other than looking aghast, I thought the anchor handled it smoothly, and quickly/deftly moved on to the next story.
 
2013-06-22 11:11:38 PM

jake_lex: There's just multiple layers of fail here: the reporter for dropping an f-bomb with a live mic, whoever edited that for not taking out the f-bomb (because that's apparently not live), and the producer/director for not previewing that clip.

I don't think any of them are gonna get a call from the network anytime soon.


You forgot to mention that they missed the part at the end of her report where it looks like she was de-cracking her drawers, too.
 
2013-06-22 11:17:15 PM

xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...


*tinyimpotentfistofrage*
 
2013-06-22 11:19:50 PM

Lsherm: As luck would have it, I WOULD fark her.  She's pretty cute.


I'd fark her so hard the only words afterward would be "puny god"
 
2013-06-22 11:35:23 PM

xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...


I have to say that in all the internet there is almost nothing funnier than that split-second facial reaction from the female anchor before she regains her composure. I've seen that expression on characters in Saturday morning cartoons but never on a human being. Priceless.

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2013-06-22 11:53:02 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Lsherm: As luck would have it, I WOULD fark her.  She's pretty cute.

I'd fark her so hard the only words afterward would be "puny god"


img.fark.net

/nttawwt
 
2013-06-23 12:20:33 AM

Zombalupagus: xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...

I have to say that in all the internet there is almost nothing funnier than that split-second facial reaction from the female anchor before she regains her composure. I've seen that expression on characters in Saturday morning cartoons but never on a human being. Priceless.

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That whole image is hilarious. Her with her eyeballs popping out, the anchor with the shiat-eating grin, and the weather guy with the forced smile and "see what I got to work with, folks?" gesture.
 
2013-06-23 12:22:39 AM
Rule number one of Journalism Club. Your mic is always live.
Rule number two of Journalism Club. YOUR FARKING MIC IS ALWAYS FARKING LIVE.
 
2013-06-23 12:37:28 AM

DiRF: Rule number one of Journalism Club. Your mic is always live.
Rule number two of Journalism Club. YOUR FARKING MIC IS ALWAYS FARKING LIVE.


It was prerecorded.
 
2013-06-23 01:02:42 AM
Great Odin's Raven!
 
2013-06-23 01:14:19 AM

gameshowhost: DiRF: Rule number one of Journalism Club. Your mic is always live.
Rule number two of Journalism Club. YOUR FARKING MIC IS ALWAYS FARKING LIVE.

It was prerecorded.


He's just lazy and didn't get to Rule Three which is never swear when you're being recorded
 
2013-06-23 03:18:42 AM
Pet peeve here but when exactly did the word fark become "F-Bomb"? What does that even mean? Are there other word bombs? Like is shiat a bomb or is more of a grenade?

/Off the lawn.
 
2013-06-23 03:40:00 AM

gameshowhost: DiRF: Rule number one of Journalism Club. Your mic is always live.
Rule number two of Journalism Club. YOUR FARKING MIC IS ALWAYS FARKING LIVE.

It was prerecorded.


Doesn't matter - your mic is always live.  Even when it isn't, it is.  You just always assume that, and this right here will never happen.

/Not the reporter's fault, my ass...
 
2013-06-23 03:54:25 AM
www.bolgernow.com
 
2013-06-23 05:21:15 AM

ReapTheChaos: Pet peeve here but when exactly did the word fark become "F-Bomb"? What does that even mean? Are there other word bombs? Like is shiat a bomb or is more of a grenade?

/Off the lawn.


I've known saying fark as dropping an f bomb since the 80's. Not new lingo at all.
 
2013-06-23 06:58:47 AM
Common usage words are scary ......
 
2013-06-23 07:05:08 AM
There is a reason its called a curse word
 
2013-06-23 07:13:27 AM

Lonestar: There is a reason its called a curse word


Superstitious old folks who think using certain words will damn you to hell?
 
2013-06-23 07:32:06 AM
cdn.ebaumsworld.com
"So what's the big farkin deal?! What the fark are we doing out here? Hell I don't know!"
 
2013-06-23 07:33:24 AM
Well, if the pre-recorded bits she does are like this I can't wait to see her say fark IT, WE'LL DO IT LIVE!!!!
 
2013-06-23 09:02:56 AM
I've been in charge of a newsroom or two..  As already mentioned if you are AROUND a camera, or inside a radio booth you automaticly assume it's Live... I don't care if everything is clearly powered off...

Back when I was an editor, I accidently edited a segment where the anchor says:

"Good evening and welcome to the XXXXXX Report... I'm--- hmm, messed that up... lets start again"... awkward moment while anchor resets and smiles at the camera..."Good evening and welcome...."


The thing that DIDN'T get me or other staff fired?  That there was no cursing involved!   Mistakes happen... to everyone.  The thing that gets you through said mistakes is proper drill and fall back habits.
 
2013-06-23 09:13:36 AM

usernameguy: Zombalupagus: xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...

I have to say that in all the internet there is almost nothing funnier than that split-second facial reaction from the female anchor before she regains her composure. I've seen that expression on characters in Saturday morning cartoons but never on a human being. Priceless.

gif image too large

That whole image is hilarious. Her with her eyeballs popping out, the anchor with the shiat-eating grin, and the weather guy with the forced smile and "see what I got to work with, folks?" gesture.


I don't get it.  I'm obviously missing out on something hilarious but all I saw were 3 people doing local news.
 
2013-06-23 12:33:21 PM
To the station's credit, they did cut right when she reached back to pick her ass.
 
2013-06-23 12:51:28 PM

gfid: usernameguy: Zombalupagus: xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...

I have to say that in all the internet there is almost nothing funnier than that split-second facial reaction from the female anchor before she regains her composure. I've seen that expression on characters in Saturday morning cartoons but never on a human being. Priceless.

gif image too large

That whole image is hilarious. Her with her eyeballs popping out, the anchor with the shiat-eating grin, and the weather guy with the forced smile and "see what I got to work with, folks?" gesture.

I don't get it.  I'm obviously missing out on something hilarious but all I saw were 3 people doing local news.


This may help: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss8LDBNcsWc
 
2013-06-23 01:52:07 PM

ReapTheChaos: Pet peeve here but when exactly did the word fark become "F-Bomb"? What does that even mean? Are there other word bombs? Like is shiat a bomb or is more of a grenade?

/Off the lawn.


static.tvtropes.org
 
2013-06-23 02:02:57 PM
Oh fark, someone said the fark word! Good thing Fark lets us swear without farking censoring a harmless farking word.
 
2013-06-23 02:18:28 PM

marius2: Oh fark, someone said the fark word! Good thing Fark lets us swear without farking censoring a harmless farking word.


"Shiat, piass, coont, fark, cocksarker, motherfarker and tiats."

/what a biatch
 
2013-06-23 02:42:57 PM

jake_lex: There's just multiple layers of fail here: the reporter for dropping an f-bomb with a live mic, whoever edited that for not taking out the f-bomb (because that's apparently not live), and the producer/director for not previewing that clip.

I don't think any of them are gonna get a call from the network anytime soon.




How else are you going to get noticed these days?

Fake!
 
2013-06-23 03:54:05 PM

karmachameleon: gameshowhost: DiRF: Rule number one of Journalism Club. Your mic is always live.
Rule number two of Journalism Club. YOUR FARKING MIC IS ALWAYS FARKING LIVE.

It was prerecorded.

Doesn't matter - your mic is always live.  Even when it isn't, it is.  You just always assume that, and this right here will never happen.

/Not the reporter's fault, my ass...


ehhhh

I would imagine at least 60 percent of the broadcasters out there have clips of themselves swearing while they record a story. They just dont make it to our.

StoPPeRmobile: jake_lex: There's just multiple layers of fail here: the reporter for dropping an f-bomb with a live mic, whoever edited that for not taking out the f-bomb (because that's apparently not live), and the producer/director for not previewing that clip.

I don't think any of them are gonna get a call from the network anytime soon.

How else are you going to get noticed these days?

Fake!


You are an idiot. Hate to tell you this, but people screw up. Sometimes it gets recorded. Reporters have to be pretty outrageous to get noticed.

She screwed up, simple as that
 
2013-06-23 04:13:15 PM

Reyito: I've been in charge of a newsroom or two..  As already mentioned if you are AROUND a camera, or inside a radio booth you automaticly assume it's Live... I don't care if everything is clearly powered off...

Back when I was an editor, I accidently edited a segment where the anchor says:

"Good evening and welcome to the XXXXXX Report... I'm--- hmm, messed that up... lets start again"... awkward moment while anchor resets and smiles at the camera..."Good evening and welcome...."


The thing that DIDN'T get me or other staff fired?  That there was no cursing involved!   Mistakes happen... to everyone.  The thing that gets you through said mistakes is proper drill and fall back habits.


After 25 years in this business, it never ceases to amaze me of the inability of newspeople to play the entire goddamn package all the way thru, *watch* the goddamn video and *listen* to the goddamn audio.

Ever last second, and every goddamn package in the newscast.

BEFORE YOU SEND IT OUT TO BE PLAYED ON THE AIR.

\on days like that, I remind people that my job is to ensure the pixels are square, and in color
\\and CONTENT IS NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY
 
2013-06-23 11:06:20 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: marius2: Oh fark, someone said the fark word! Good thing Fark lets us swear without farking censoring a harmless farking word.

"Shiat, piass, coont, fark, cocksarker, motherfarker and tiats."



img.fark.net

I'm just trying to make a point, Frank. You don't have to celebrate it.
 
2013-06-23 11:46:42 PM

SumoJeb: ReapTheChaos: Pet peeve here but when exactly did the word fark become "F-Bomb"? What does that even mean? Are there other word bombs? Like is shiat a bomb or is more of a grenade?

/Off the lawn.

I've known saying fark as dropping an f bomb since the 80's. Not new lingo at all.


I prefer Robin Williams' reaction, along the lines of "don't call it an F-bomb, it's not a bomb, nobody got hurt!"
 
2013-06-24 03:07:21 AM

Zombalupagus: xanadian: Keep farking that chicken...

I have to say that in all the internet there is almost nothing funnier than that split-second facial reaction from the female anchor before she regains her composure. I've seen that expression on characters in Saturday morning cartoons but never on a human being. Priceless.


Wrong.
Judy Garland, Wizard of Oz, when she opens the door into munchkin land.
 
2013-06-24 04:13:40 AM
Doesn't matter if it's pre-recorded or live broadcast, you ALWAYS treat your mic as if it's live.
 
2013-06-24 08:46:56 AM
She would have no say over how something was edited. Ya'll are just being silly.
 
2013-06-24 12:18:35 PM
Yep. Let the editor off the hook for being a lazy slob who couldn't bother to - ohidon'tknow - edit. That makes sense.
 
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