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Can he say that???

A little background here:  Perdue Chicken company has or used to have a saying that went like this: “It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken”  That’s kind of a hokey thing to say, but so be it.  Then, for an ad campaign in Spanish, somebody mistranslated that saying into something like this: “It takes an aroused man to make an affectionate chicken” or words to that effect.

Perhaps that is what Ernie Anastos was thinking of last night when he said this live on Fox News’ 10 o’clock newscast in New York:

Which, I don’t care who you are, that is pretty funny. Doing that in TV market number 1 with millions of viewers tuned in, priceless.

By the way, the coanchor’s name is Dari Alexander, and she’s a cutie (hey, look at you, hey).


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