In Continuing Trends, "F*** Her Right In The P*****" Yelled On Live TV Again

Break.com Staff by Break.com Staff on Jul. 11, 2014

Is this trend brilliantly insane? Or the dumbest thing ever.

The latest in the "F*uck her right in the p*ssy" on live TV has happened and marks the first time a news producer fought back. That's Chicago for ya.

In the case this whole thing is new to you, let me take you back to where it began. A "greatest hits" if you will.

In January, John Cain, a FOX reporter from one of their affiliate stations was caught on live TV commenting on his upcoming reporter concerning a missing 20-year-old woman...and how he'd "f*ck her right in the p*ssy". The reporter was later fired, and the clip became infamous for one of the biggest live TV screwups ever.

But not everyone was content with John's firing. Enter Fred from northern Kentucky. He was against John getting sacked for as he calls "just speaking his mind", even if it was on live TV. So Fred saw an opportunity to take matters into his own hands after spotting a news camera.

And thus the movement was born. As if that one wasn't enough, Fred later found a more inviting opportunity as the news woman actually requested he be interviewed. Apparently she was unaware of Fred's crusade.

And that's all it took. Fred was like the Tyler Durden of Project F*ck Her Right In The P*ssy. Someone even started a facebook fan page.

"All hail the mighty troll!"

So it was finally time to let his "followers" take charge, which they gladly did. Even at the World Cup.

It continued on further into other foreign news outlets.

People even re-edited movie clips to have the characters saying it. This one from Spider-man might be my favorite.

Finally, John Cain, the man that ignited Fred's movement was actually able to interview him on his youtube channel (because John has time to do that sort of thing now seeing as his television career has burned to the ground). Here, the two great minds meet, and the inspiring interview that followed.

It has actually reached a point where you don't even need news cameras or a bold/drunk person to run in screaming the words. The words themselves have taken on a life all their own. Here's a roadwork sign whom someone decided to alter.

Which brings us back to the latest in this amazing trend, the Vine clip at the top of the article. Does this thing have legs to continue for another six months or is it about to die off? Regardless, if any new videos come up regarding this development, you'll be the first to know.

@Todd_Spence