Friday, June 08, 2012
Well done Tesco for beating Nanny's strict censorship rules!
What am I talking about?
I will tell you.
Tesco recently offered for sale some rustic looking microwave Italian meals:
- “Le Palle de Nonno” and
- “Coglioni di Mulo”
Nice Italian name, nice packaging etc!
However, there was one small fly in the oinkment, Tesco didn't bother to check what these phrases meant.
- “Le Palle de Nonno” means "Grandad's Bollocks".
- “Coglioni di Mulo” means "Donkey Bollocks".
Well done Tesco for giving me a good laugh at Nanny's expense!
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