But broadcasting regulations mean the bits you really want to see are pixillated
I don't know what you think but I've always thought the somewhat pixillated
French coach looks like one of those Thunderbird puppets.
Dawson admitted one of the photos had been pixillated
but denied he had tried to deceive the voters.
Their silence didn't go unnoticed by the Queens punters, a strange lot who in their own pixillated
way brighten up the First Division scene.
But this time viewers did not get such an eyeful as the flash on Saturday Night Live was pixillated
"He asks me: 'Dad, every time we go on holiday, why are there pictures of us in magazines and why is my face always pixillated
But that still didn't stop the pixillated
anchorman from asking.
Saints were seemingly marching on, but two minutes later, the pixillated
mathematician, Tunbridge, pulled one back with a header.
If you try looking at the Faslane Naval Base on the Clyde, the home port of Britain's nuclear submarines, much of the image is pixillated
.You only have a clear view of some civilian buildings and the peace camp.
At that point the Queens punters, a pixillated
lot, started singing something about a barrow and a wheel coming off, to the beat of a big bass drum.
This last bit doesn't work, since pixillated
images of real people tend to break the concentration with those perfect virtual ones.
'It was then that it hit me,' the pixillated
pensioner said: 'The Waen Ryth peat was doing nothing, so thought, why not hold a competition there and call it the World Bog Snorkelling Championships.'
Anyway's up, when you put all this together and throw in the Partick Thistle mascot who is - for whatever pixillated
reason - a Pelican, it kinda defies belief.
Over the next few weeks we'll introduce you to the wacky world of extreme sports and the pixillated
people who indulge themselves in anything from black pudding throwing to wasp shooting.
Bad, mad, or just plain pixillated
Ronnie came out to play and it was damned negligent of the BBC not to give us a repeat from every angle - and in slow motion.