Spike It - Chris Niles Reviews
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by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I often wonder what some DJs look like. I imagine that only those that have some sort of beauty will be plucked from the radio waves and allowed on occasion to appear on TV. Surely this can not be true if the likes of Chris Moyles are anything to go by. If he is the picture of radio DJ beauty I hate to think what yours looks like. Imagine those DJs that work the late night shift on the local station. Do they shuffle in on uneven legs, their hairy knuckles dragging across the cheap carpeting? I imagine that the producer has to enter the studio every few minutes to wipe away the strange yellow gloop that is inevitably oozing from the DJs open pustules. Perhaps I am . Read the complete review
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