Who would have thought that a children’s TV presenter would have gifted me with my new favourite insult – fluttery cunt.
Yep, over 3.2 million people have viewed the clip of Cbeebies programme Show Me Show Me, where presenter Chris Jarvis hilariously appears to drop the c-bomb when saying the word kite, the Daily Mail reports.
Trust me, it’s still funny the 30th time you watch him so innocently and joyfully sing:
Imagine Imagine Imagine, you’re a fluttering ‘cunt’
As Jarvis scooted off into a playground shouting ‘profanities’ on a Wednesday morning, millions of parents stormed over to their bookmarked Ofcom tabs in a rage.
A video of the clip was posted to Facebook by a well-humoured mum who found it hilarious, but some of the comments from other parents weren’t as light-hearted.
— Laura Bennett (@LauraMayBennett) September 7, 2016
According to the Daily Mail, the Cbeebies Facebook page responded to the backlash, saying:
It’s kite everyone, kite! We make shows for your little ones so it’s always going to be kite.
Quite a few people on Twitter are jumping to Jarvis’s defence, saying its just our dirty minds/ears!
So Chris Jarvis from cbeebies definitely says kite not cunt. Few dirty minded people need to get their ears checked.
— ☆☆James☆Sweet☆☆ (@WeDoneIt5times) September 8, 2016
Oh please! it's his accent, been a kids presenter for yrs BBC children's presenter accused of mispronouncing 'kite' https://t.co/Aqg7jE0wlt
— Becky (@BeckyDudek) September 8, 2016
love how parents are angry about #CBeebies :) I'm sorry, I've seen the vid & can tell that Chris is clearly saying kite not the other word
— Lisa Jo Carter (@Lisa1986Carter) September 8, 2016
I think this might be a mood killer but it would be fucking jokes:
I wonder how many people are going to start referring to their girlfriend's privates as their "fluttering kite" now! #CBeebies
— MJ Meads (@MJMeads) September 8, 2016Advertisement
And I thought I was too old to enjoy Cbeebies!
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