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Spatula: The Epithiny

  • Annie Mac
  • 20 Jan 08, 09:50 PM

Tonight we created radio history the comedian and Skins writer Josie Long camer up with an idea to confound and confuse teachers across the nation whilst simultaneously giving you a burst of joy amongst the turgid boredom of homework.

We asked you to insert the word SPATULA into whatever piece of homework you were doing as soon as we told you to, and you did. IN YOUR HUNDREDS.

My favourite which was texted in was from Hannah in Liverpool, whose history essay is now called "The Assassination Of Spatula." Someone actually texted in a MMS of their essay
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What did you do? Did you put in your homework? Let me know, stick your comments in here.

A new word next week, viva Josie Long's Confuse The Teacher Feature.

Annie
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ps. Brendan from Panic (no !) At The Disco is well fit.

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  1. At 10:02 PM on 20 Jan 2008, Cherrie West wrote:

    Oh my god that spatula thing made me laugh so much.. im doing horrific geography a level homework and i just started giggling! i've put the word spactula at the end of random sentances. im supposed to be writing about the atmophere.. ha! thanks for brightening up my evening! xxxx

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  2. At 10:27 AM on 21 Jan 2008, Wez wrote:

    My SPATULA sentence in my review of Radio 1 EST 1967 reads

    THE SPATULA FEATURES ARTISTS FROM AMY WINEHOUSE TO GIRLS ALOUD

    LOLUMZ!!!


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  3. At 07:28 PM on 10 Feb 2008, Charlotte wrote:

    LOL so funny...


    The success of the british TV sitcom can be largly related to the SPATULA.

    gtta love it.

    :):)
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