A group claiming to represent the vast majority of Britain's heterosexual males have declared that producers of hit soap Coronation Street have dropped the ball. By opting for the first lesbian on-screen snog in the show's 50 year history to feature Sophie Webster and her 'bezzy mate' Sian Powers, a golden opportunity has been wasted.
Mike Hock, of Totty Watch UK stated that there were plenty of fitter birds on Corrie than Sophie and Sian. Besides which, he said that they were too young and immature to be worth reserving a good stiffy for.
Mike Hock said that it would have made for a much hornier half hour if the girl on girl action had featured Tina McIntyre and Rosie Webster. He argued that the scriptwriters could have worked this in easily enough because Tina's feeling a bit vulnerable at the moment following the untimely death by drowning of her dad, Joe, and that Rosie is a dippy character who gives the impression that she'd be willing to try anything once.
Or maybe even twice.
Corrie producer Clyde Cobbledamp argued that the lesbian tongue-wrestling episode was not a venture intended to titillate, but an honest attempt to portray the emotional turmoil suffered by tortured teens as they forged their pathways into an increasingly complex and sophisticated world.
Mike Hock said that if he couldn't have Rosie and Tina grappling in a leg and lip lesbian wrestling bout, he'd settle for that bird played by Kym Marsh doing it with Carla from Underworld. Adding that at a pinch even Rita and Audrey in some hot lesbo action would be better wank-wise than a couple of schoolkids.
At which point, Clyde Cobbledamp punched Mike Hock in the face and called him a filthy disgusting old wanker.
We just laughed.
More as we get it.