`Supermodel Naomi Campbell was acclaimed for nonsense overnight after winning the Plain English Campaign’s annual Foot in Mouth prize.
The London-born catwalk star scooped this year’s award for her patriotic observation on British cuisine: “I love England, especially the food. There’s nothing I like more than a lovely bowl of pasta.” [..]
Campbell beat Wales’s First Minister Rhodri Morgan to the dubious honour of the year’s best example of mixed metaphor, mangled syntax or plain stupidity, robbing him of a hat-trick of wins.
The Labour Party politician said in a Welsh Assembly debate: “But obviously the issue is that if you had another £450 million ($1.12 billion) from somewhere else, you have got another £450 million, but what does that tell you?
“That is like saying, if my auntie was a bloke, she would be my uncle.”‘