I thought the BBC Nature Correspondent was one Drew Peacock?
It's beers all round for the BBC this morning who've outregged El Reg leader writers with this deliciously suggestive offering: BBC headline: Great tits cope well with warming Of course, ornithology is a fertile area for schoolboy innuendo. Readers may recall the flap down at the RSPB's website where moderators clamped down …
I had these two for the most read on the BBC site
1: Great tits cope well with warming
2: Europeans get drunk 'to have sex'
of course it doesnt beat the google ads i got on the reg with the three step plan
1: Photos of cute girls
2: Sex Offender Registry
3: Sex Offender Database
a natural progression presented by Google
Great title, although I would have thought with all the pictures of tits on the internet you might have come up with something errm 'else'.
I couldn't agree more, as the weather has got warmer I've seen loads of great tits eerrm .. mainly in the park... errmm ..
no matter how you read that its going to sound rude.
anyway what a fun way start to a friday. Top marks to you and the girls on the train this morning that had a tops (barely) on that left nothing to the imagination.
...that made me laugh - in reference to two government ministers:
AFAIK the headlines used on the website are the same as the ones used on Ceefax so perhaps there's a character limit that occasionally throws these up by accident... but personally I suspect someone at the BBC is trying to sneak silly headlines past the editor.
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