Saturday, 4 February 2017
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Well, the Manchester Evening News now has another revelation to make about something else that's been found on the old set. They call it a wall of smut but it's not smutty, it's saucy and fun. It's a noticeboard full of double entendres taken from old sCorrie scripts.
The urban explorer who took the pic, who didn’t want to be named, told the M.E.N: “Who knows who put them up... I just found them stuck to the wall outside the studio so could have been anyone. It was a wall of smut really. When I saw the snippings it did make me laugh. It was probably the most entertaining thing I’ve come across on my explorations. I think the humour of Corrie, which judging by the photo, is also inherent in its cast and crew, is what makes it so popular - especially with us northerners.”
When approached by the M.E.N, a spokesman for the show declined to comment. A source told the MEN: “They are very old scripts - nearly seven years old.”
And they are still, very, very funny and part of the reason we all love Coronation Street as much as we do.
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Posted by Tvor at 07:00