Now gay Radio 1 DJ says it’s OK to use ‘gay’ to mean ‘rubbish’. Is it hard to say ‘rubbish’ or something?

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Well, you might say that if you’re daft enough to listen to Radio One then you get what you deserve but it turns out it’s not only Chris Moyles (big lad on right) who thinks it’s OK to use the word ‘gay’ to mean ‘rubbish’. Oh, no gentle listener, Scott Mills, him on the left with the 90s hair, has defended Moylesy (as he’s known to four people who actually like him) in his use of the word.

It comes  from an interview in the very grown up Guardian and features the Radio One PR keep jumping in to put an end to it all. Quite funny. Read it here.

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2 comments to “Now gay Radio 1 DJ says it’s OK to use ‘gay’ to mean ‘rubbish’. Is it hard to say ‘rubbish’ or something?”

  1. By my count there are now only 3 people who actually like the big lad. I am certainely not tuning into Radio 1.

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  2. Does Scott Mills also think it’s okay to sleep with teenage boys who are of questionable age? Just asking, like.

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