Lingo’s Cumshot Sparks International Attention

One word during the popular Dutch TV game show lingo got international fame last Wednesday.

In the respectable family quiz suddenly a contestant spells the word ‘cumshot’ on national television. Pronounces it as ‘cums hot’, and says he has seen it in the dictionary. The show approves the word and the presenter asks what is means.

The jury tries to explain, with the proverbial shame, what it means to the Dutch TV show host Lucille Werner. This exceptional twist in the otherwise respectable game show, not gone unnoticed internationally. The Huffington Post American found the word “cum shot” is the most inappropriate response ever.

“Normally it’s a waste of time to watch a game show in a language you do not understand,” said the journalist, “but in this case there is a word that is universally understood.”

Lucille Werner impresses the online newspaper. ” You have to give it to the host for remaining completely cool when she finally understands what the guy is trying to spell.”

The jury gave the following explanation for the word: “A certain moment in the climax of a scene from a film you watch late at night”. So the presenter says to the candidate: you don’t need a dictionary for that.

 

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