It’s always enjoyable when people who have to talk on TV say words that they clearly don’t know the real meaning of. This reporter keeps using the term “glory hole,” which means a hole you can stick your weiner in (note that the first time he says it, there’s a very phallic looking stick on the screen). And then, when he asks his anchors to say it, they pretend they can’t hear him. It would’ve been much better if they gave the dictionary definition of glory hole.
This is what would happen if I was one of those anchors.
Reporter: Can you say “glory hole”?
Me: No, I can’t say glory hole…but I can say that that you’re talking about a hole in a wall, or other partition, often between public lavatory stalls or video booths for people to engage in sexual activity or observe the person in the next cubicle while one or both parties masturbate. The partition maintains anonymity. Body parts including fingers and one’s tongue can touch the other person if the hole is large enough and intercourse with anonymity intact is possible. Erotic literature and pornographic films have been devoted to the sexual uses of gloryholes. Back to you, Carey.