The surfing dogs of California who brought the sighs and full body eye rolls out of a BBC News anchor!
Today is International Cat Day, so yeah, after I hit the publish button on this post, I’m going to need to enter the Witness Protection (From Pussy) Program for making dogs Hot Sluts of the Day on this most important and holiest of holidays. But the risk of getting viciously and tortuously murdered by a bunch of vengeful pussies (or getting stared down by a bunch of vengeful pussies until I cry and beg for my mommy) is worth it, because I must pay tribute to a bunch of surfing dogs who annoyed a serious news journalist.
Simon McCoy is a seasoned journalist and news anchor who has been with the BBC for over ten years, so you’d think he’d know an important BREAKING NEWS story when it passed his desk, but apparently, he doesn’t. Yesterday, Simon was presenting the critical news of the day when he farted out several clouds of sighs over having to report on the World Dog Surfing Championship in Pacifica, CA. Simon acted like he would rather be reading positive STD test results to a patient than talk about that shit. He started off by saying, “Just bear in mind, it’s August,” which is serious news talk for, “It’s a slow news MONTH, okay?” Simon ended that important report with a giant load of pure sarcasm by saying, “That’s a shame, we’ve run out of pictures.”
As the tricks on Twitter say, those surfing dogs have got Simon McCoy SHOOK!
— Chris Gray (@ChrisGSGray) August 7, 2017
And I really hope that the BBC has several cameras on Simon McCoy next year when they tell him that after much consideration, they have decided that he’s the only journalist qualified enough to travel to California to cover the World Dog Surfing Championship live!