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5 potty-mouthed TV reporters who could give Eamon Dunphy a cursing masterclass

Turn the air blue! Go on!

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LAST NIGHT, EAMON Dunphy expertly added himself to the ranks of those who have said ‘f***’ on live TV without realising their mic was on.

It’s an illustrious club. And together, they constitute something of a lesson in on-air cursing.

Here’s what we’ve learned. (NSFW for language, obviously.)

1. First impressions count – so begin your broadcast by simply uttering a string of random swear words

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2. If you become frustrated with some item of TV equipment, feel free to curse lavishly at it. Chances are the microphone isn’t on.


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3. Same goes for your co-anchors. Do you want to ask them what the f*** they’re doing? Sure, go ahead.

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4. In the unlikely event that you are unhappy with your performance, it’s best to vent your frustration straight away

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5. And when it’s time to go home, let the viewers know how you feel. They’ll appreciate it.

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