[quote name='hiram.k.hackenbacker' timestamp='1495789896' post='3306568']
I've shared this before, but it still makes me chuckle, so worth a repeat....
Many moons ago my band played a corporate gig at a very sw***y London hotel. The room was an immense space and there were several hundred guests who were dining at these large round tables, which during sound check, were set out beautifully. Full silver service, lovely centre pieces on each table and individual place settings. No expense spared. It had been a particularly early load in and during set up our old singer had wandered around looking at the place settings. Stage time was quite late and as such the singer had sunk quite a few beers by then. In a gap between songs, he starts a dedication to a particular lady at a table in our audience. We look around at each other a little befuddled not thinking he knew anyone at the gig. Once he'd connected with Mrs.Whateverhernamewas on Table 14, he then leads us into the aforementioned song with 'so this one's for Mrs.X 'cos your first name's Sally and you look like a horse - 2,3,4'. I'm not quite sure how we made it through the song.
Does the swear checker really get triggered by sw***y?
Edit - Blimey! It does!