The colour of 'presenter beige'
Could someone please illumine me as to the appeal of Suzy Klein.
To paraphrase Linda Smith, she's like the human equivalent of beige!
What an unpleasant post.
Originally Posted by Stillhomewardbound
Thoughtful criticism of Ms Klein's performance is perfectly valid.
Gratuitously offensive remarks about presenters, posted anonymously, are an unattractive import from the old boards.
At the risk of sounding chauvinist: she's got an alluring voice and a body to match. Sorry, but you did ask. Oh yes, and she has a very good microphone techqnique.
...and there was i just thinking how preferable Sunday mornings are to the weekday breakfast slots ... and i agree with the sentiment of the second post ... but calling some one beige is well er a bit beige innit?
Is 'beige' unpleasant?
I have to say one of the publicity pix doesn't do her any favours and doesn't go with the cheerful, flat-soled sensibleness which is the impression I gained.
I think the programme is terrible, though. When do we get the quiz?
[And, in fairness to SHB, he's never made any secret of his identity, which is rather more identifiable than that of a lot of us.]
It is certainly not to my taste and entirely worthy of criticism on its own merits, or lack thereof.
Originally Posted by french frank
Taking cheap shots at presenters, or performers, makes any implied criticism worthless.
Posting anything under a pseudonym, including this, implies some degree of anonymity.
I have to admit that I've never seen her body; do I have to in order to appreciate how well or otherwise she presents that programme?
Originally Posted by Ofcachap
In the absence of responses over the past fortnight to this question following Ofcachap's post that runs "at the risk of sounding chauvinist: she's got an alluring voice and a body to match", I can only assume (as I happened to have done in the first place, actually) that the answer thereto is in the negative...
Originally Posted by ahinton
Nonsense, I think she's great.Beige is good.