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It just doesn’t get any better than this:

Al Roker: I Sharted Myself At the White House

When you undergo gastric bypass surgery, NEVER TRUST A FART — and Al Roker learned that lesson the hard way … at the White House.

Roker — who got his stomach stapled in March 2002 — shared his most embarrassing moment on “Dateline” last night, saying he was covering an event at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave a month after his operation … when he felt the urge to let one rip.

Roker said, “I probably went off and ate something I wasn’t supposed to. And as I’m walking to the press room, [I’m thinking] well, I gotta pass a little gas here. I’m walking by myself. Who’s gonna know? Only a little something extra came out. I pooped my pants.”

Roker said he beelined for the restroom to dump his underwear in the trash — and proceeded to go commando the rest of the day.

The lesson: watch what you eat. The other lesson: carry spare underpants.

Hard to believe they call television a “vast wasteland”. Next up will be Chris Matthews telling us how he jizzed in his pants when he visited the Oval Office.

NBC should be changed to “TMI”.

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15 Responses to Instant Television Classic

  1. DandyTiger says:

    NBC, we really do pull stories out of our asses.

  2. HELENK says:

    another backdoor story. this one on tax rates

  3. myiq2xu (D) says:

    The worst part about insomnia is being the only intelligent life on the intertoobz for 5-6 hours.

    • LOL I often have the same thought when the cats wake me at oh dark thirty. I wander the intertubz reading all the overnight comments. Alas, I used up my life time allotment of late nights way back in my 20’s.

  4. fif says:

    Ahhh…the continual inspiration and wisdom of mainstream media. That’s why they think Obama is a genius.

  5. swanspirit says:

    When I read statements like that one Al Roker made , this thought always pops into my head , if that is what they are willing to say on TV , what must their “private ” conversations be like ? Not that I want to know . I already knew NBC were talking assholes .I really didn’t want more proof .

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