March 14, 2003

"In an NPR world, sophistication and motherfucker no longer mix.": Flak Magazine's Kick Out the Sports column marks the cleaning up of the column's name by listing "the seven most infamous uses of profanity in sports history."

posted by kirkaracha to culture at 05:09 PM - 3 comments

When did the world go all NPR on us? I suppose it started with SNL. (Excuse my acronyms.) Thanks for the read, kirkaracha. (BTW, whenever I spell your user name, I mentally hum "ku-ku-kuracha, ku-ku-kuracha." It's annoying as hell.)

posted by jacknose at 09:23 AM on March 15, 2003

Errr NPR? SNL? Whatever. I don't think you can top Roy Keane for infamous and inventive use of profanity in sport.

posted by squealy at 12:24 PM on March 15, 2003

And, of course, everybody's favorite:

posted by worldcup2002 at 10:31 PM on March 15, 2003

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