Saucy chat australia
The philosophy must be that seeing as most of their audience is still wiping sleep from their eyes in a pre-caffeine haze, the majority of the saucy quips will probably go unnoticed.Here Lisa Wilkinson asks a question that we'd all The Today show is renowned for laying on racy double entendres for early morning risers.Only here Vautin forgets that this is live TV and there is no chance for a second take.Unfortunately for him he wasn't invited back to the ABC for a second chance.The big car race in Australia is the Bathurst 1000.While it is open for any car manufacturer to enter, in Australia for a certain brand of flag waving beer drinking yobbos the race will always be a contest between Ford and Holden.The beauty of Australian television (and Australian society generally) is that it doesn't take itself too seriously.Could you imagine seeing the same thing play out on the US Today show...?
New and nervous to television, it is not entirely surprising that a newbie may lose track of his thoughts.
Carrie Bickmore wasn't the first person in the world to refer to Australian airline Qantas in this manner, although in her case it was purely accidental.
Nothing says "I'm Australian" more emphatically than a bit of casual fucken swearing.
A little personal rivalry and competition between anchors saw this wonderfully cheeky jibe sail through on the news bulletin.
The self satisfied look on the face of Belinda Heggen has "victory" written all over it.Here Joanna Rouse expresses her manifest exasperation in being pointlessly interrupted by a passing motor vehicle, and while this clip did not actually go live to air, has remained as an all time favourite example of telling it like it is with bonus extended middle finger into the bargain.