Where the bloody hell are you?

@clavinee (119)
December 18, 2006 9:10pm CST
A commercial made by Australia's tourism industry was banned by British TV bosses because of the words “bloody hell” in the slogan, "So where the bloody hell are you? Conservative advertising execs concluded it was "bad" language and too rude for British ears. Watch the commercial http://youtube.com/watch?v=w4O6VxWzlWc and tell what you think of it...
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• Philippines
19 Dec 06
well if they had made a regulation against using the word i could understand why they are so upset about it, but come to think of it, they allowed so many movies containing harsher words.
@funnysis (2619)
• United States
19 Dec 06
I find that amazing to they allow you to watch Harry Potter over there they say bloody hell on there alot and kids love that show so I am not sure why the ban they are all just words how each individual chooses to interpet them is up to the indiviual in my personal view.I don't think that we should be told what a word means or rather we should view it or not.