Ever since the UK WMD dossier “sexing up” scandal and the death of David Kelly and subsequent inquiry, this expression and variations have popped up around the place. I know people who detest its use, but that’s the way language develops sometimes. Today I referred to a particular issue as not being sexy enough for the media. I know it’s not the true meaning of the word, but I was in a rush to send an email, and at least I know people will know what I’m talking about.

1 thought on “Sex it up, daddio

  1. You are forgiven Daniel. Since you were in a rush.

    Besides, I may well do a 180 degree turn on the issue and start using sexy aaaaalllll the time. You know, sexy porridge for breakfast, followed by a walk to the sexy milkbar, reading the newly-coloured sexier sports section of the Age and so on. Bring it on, sure.

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