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Notable Weekend News Bloopers Call for “Slutty” Snow and More [VIDEO]

Our notable news blooper from this weekend starts with a reporter in Boston named Julie Loncich. During her segment on how Boston has had a lot of “slushy” snow on the ground, she screwed up and said something I think we’ve all said about Mother Nature (and a few other women) this winter. And we can’t leave out an anchor in Cleveland named Leon Bibb, who was doing a story on Valentine’s Day. He meant to say people might have trouble getting into some of the “city’s top spots” for dinner, but accidentally used a word that rhymes with “cities” and that also happens to start with the letter “T”.

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