The BBC should know better shouldn't they?

(3 Posts)
LifeIsBetterInFlipFlops Sat 08-Dec-12 00:42:59

I know...

ChristmasIsForPlutocrats Sat 08-Dec-12 00:25:19

And they've made you feel mean, too. (I don't say that sarcastically, either; it's an unpleasant dilemma.)

Bastards.

Chewbecca Fri 07-Dec-12 15:09:49

Received a sponsor form from school, it came from the BBC Blue Peter site I believe for their 'go pyjamas' appeal.

A big blob at the top states "£20 can pay for one-to-one support for a child who's mum or dad has died"

Now I know I am missing the point of the sad blob and it's not the end of the world but the BBC? Aimed at children learning to write correctly? What is the world coming to if the staff at the beeb can't write properly?

sad

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